Laura Greenwald

DR. Laura Greenwald


Professor of Music

B.M.E. Baldwin Wallace College
M.M. Westminster Choir College
D.M.A. Manhattan School of Music

Laura Greenwald is Director of Vocal Studies and the Concert Series at Caldwell University where she teaches voice and directs the Choir and Opera Workshop. She received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Manhattan School of Music, a Master of Music in Voice Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College and a Bachelor of Music Education from Baldwin Wallace College. In 2011, she was honored to receive the Caldwell University Excellence in Teaching Award.

Dr. Greenwald has specialized in performing music by women composers in recital and has written an article on Libby Larsen for the Grove Dictionary of American Music. She has performed in concerts and recitals in Ohio, Vermont, Pennsylvania and the New York Metropolitan area, as well as in Salzburg, Austria and Spoleto, Italy. Currently, Dr. Greenwald performs as a member of the Schola Cantorum on Hudson ensembles and has recently sung solos for performances of Bach’s Cantata No. 4 and Handel’s Messiah. She is a member of NJNATS, NYSTA, NJACDA and NAfME and resides in West Orange with her husband, David Strom and their son, Andrew.