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Lori Moran

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For 35 years, soprano Lori Moran has been a professional singer, actor, voice teacher, recording artist, choral director, and entrepreneur.  

After several years singing with the Disney a cappella group, Voices of Liberty, she toured the world singing on Crystal Cruise lines, which afforded her the opportunity to visit all 7 continents.  In Los Angeles, her private voice and piano studio flourished, and she developed a consortium of teachers, dedicated to developing healthy vocal production in singers of all ages.

Lori earned a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Florida State University. An accredited teacher, she has taught music in public and private schools, conducted church choirs and orchestras, and served as clinician for the popular "Disney Sings" Workshops at Walt Disney World.  

Her students consistently receive superior ratings at district, state, regional, and national contests, and are regularly accepted into and receive sizable scholarships from highly respected college music and theater programs (San Francisco Conservatory, NYU, UCLA, USC, Berklee, Yale, University of Michigan, etc.).  Many have gone on to perform on- and off-Broadway, and grace some of the world's most prestigious stages.

Lori is often invited as a judge/clinician for vocal competitions and masterclasses throughout the US and abroad. She is listed in the National "Who's Who Among America's Teachers," is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors' Guild-AFTRA, and National Association of Teachers of Singing - Los Angeles and Central Florida chapters. She has served on the board of the NATS-LA in various capacities for the past 10 years.

Lori's unusually versatile voice has served her well in her own performance career.  A regular session singer, Lori has recorded feature solo and background vocal tracks for many top artists in the pop, jazz, and classical genres, in commercials and for motion pictures, including 2012; Percy Jackson & The Olympians; Iron Man II; and Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentice.  She has been a featured soloist for the Florida Symphony Orchestra, the Tampa Bay Oratorio, and the Orlando Opera Company. Among her musical theater credits are the roles of Christine in Phantom of the Opera; Adelaide in Guys & Dolls; Laurie in Oklahoma; Fantine in Les Miserables; Fanny Bryce in Funny Girl; Sally Bowles in Cabaret; and Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly.