Laura Angelini
Biography

LAURA ANGELINI is a National Billboard Top 40 charting recording artist making a difference through music.

Her first single release has climbed to the TOP 40 on the US Billboard Dance Charts. The Single is a medley of an original song “Share That Love” and “What The World Needs Now Is Love,” the iconic Burt Bacharach hit song. The Single is available now on all music downloads and streaming sites with over 650,000 on Spotify.

Laura was born in Bronx, New York. As a young adult, she developed a love for musical theater, gymnastics and dance. She spent her time studying as well as teaching the arts. Her passion for music grew and she became a professional singer and vocal director for the Academy for the Performing Arts, in Huntington Beach, CA and the Orange County School of the Arts, (OCSA). Laura has performed and toured extensively in arenas from San Francisco and Portland to Atlantic City, NJ.

A Philanthropist, Angelini’s love for people, wildlife and the environment continues to grow globally.
Her passion for philanthropy and music led her to become the Founder of her charitable organization Share That Love www.sharethatlove.org Laura’s Legacy of Love is to make a difference through music.

She toured nationally with legendary Grammy Award-winning artist, Andy Williams. Laura has co-produced songs for film and television with Claude Amesse, lyricist for Canada’s International iconic Cirque Du Soleil.

She is currently recording with Producer David Longoria and touring with the world-renowned trumpetist for the We Are One Concerts. These ground-breaking, unifying musical concerts are putting her in front of large crowds at events in California and across the country. With We Are One Concerts, Laura sang for the National Day of Prayer For Our Nation in Washington DC, in front of more than 3 million people in Brooklyn, NY, and at a similar event for Unity also in New York.

Additionally, Laura has been donating her voice and time to the nonprofit “Angels of Charity and Music” for the past 8 years and has received letters of recognition from the Mayor of Los Angeles for her volunteer efforts. Laura travels to Peru yearly and volunteers on the medical mission, where over 400 children receive cleft palate and corrective surgeries.

Laura also supports and is involved with various non-profit organizations including: Ocean Defenders Alliance, cleaning up oceans from Southern California to Hawaii, and Shelter Box, providing relief for those displaced by war and disaster.

Laura works passionately on her philanthropic efforts, raising her voice for local, national and global charitable events.