Lauren White Arthur

Lauren White Arthur, soprano, is a highly sought-after performer and voice teacher in the Austin
area. Originally from Wichita Falls, Texas, she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Vocal
Performance from Texas Tech University and her Master’s degree in Vocal/Opera Performance
at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. While in Boston, she was
a member of New England Conservatory’s Opera Studio and Boston Opera Collaborative, a
Boston-based, non-profit arts organization geared toward furthering the careers of young artists.
Following her studies in Boston, Lauren resided in New York, New York where she performed
in various venues and settings in and around the city. She was featured in Dara Friedman’s
documentary Musical, a film based on a series of live, spontaneous performances throughout
New York City during the fall of 2008. Upon her return to Texas, she has had the pleasure of
performing with Austin Lyric Opera, LOLA – local opera, local artists, and various churches and
choral groups around the Austin area. In 2016, she was a recipient of the Joan Frey Boytim
award for private studio teachers through the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Ms.
White Arthur maintains a studio of about sixty-five voice students, many of whom have received
outstanding recognition from organizations such as the National Association of Teachers of
Singing, Texas Music Educators Association, and the University Interscholastic League.