Laura Stoutenborough is an orchestral clarinetist and teacher in the L.A. area. Laura has performed in over 30 operas and ballets with the L.A. Opera. Laura has also played with the L.A. Philharmonic in their subscription concerts, the Green Umbrella Series, Symphonies for Youth, and Hollywood Bowl concerts. She has performed with the L.A. Chamber Orchestra, Pasadena Symphony, Long Beach Opera, New West Symphony, Opera Santa Barbara, Las Vegas Philharmonic, and the Arizona Opera. In 2010, she won the Principal Clarinet position of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, where she made her solo debut performing Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto, and performed for three seasons. A passionate teacher, Laura is the adjunct clarinet professor at Mt. San Antonio College, and she teaches clarinet at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music. Laura received her Doctoral and Master of Music degrees from the University of Southern California, studying with Yehuda Gilad, and received her Bachelor of Music degree as a student of Burt Hara at the University of Minnesota.