Laura Inman (soprano) is a New York City-based artist and is Vice Chair of the New York Chamber Choirs Board. She brings a passion for choir music as well as a diverse background in the performing arts. Inman was most recently the founding Executive Director of Manhattan Chorale, and currently works as a freelance singer and conductor. She is a touring member of the Irish vocal ensemble Anúna, and served as their education outreach artist in Japan (October 2014). Inman’s career includes eleven seasons with the 2009 Grammy Award winning Phoenix Chorale, where she was featured on six albums, as well as a soloist on the Kansas City Chorale’s 2012 Grammy Award winning album “Life and Breath, Choral Works of René Clausen” (Best Small Ensemble). Prior to her move to New York City, she was appointed Assistant Professor of Music at Georgia Institute of Technology, and held several other positions at both the high school and university level. Inman holds degrees in voice and music education from the University of Louisville and Arizona State University, where she completed her D.M.A. in conducting. She is a native of the beautiful state of Arkansas and lives in New York.