Laura Weiner

Performer and teaching artist based in New York City

Upcoming performancES

September 28, 5:00 pm- Cathedra Camerata, Washington National Cathedral, DC

Berio Corale

October 5-6- Harrisburg Symphony

Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherezade

October 11-12- Nu Deco Ensemble, Miami, FL

October 19, 8:00 pm- Riverdale Sinfonietta, Christ Church Riverdale

Works by Mussorgsky, Debussy, and Ravel

October 22, 8:99 pm- Contemporaneous at the Park Avenue Armory

October 23, 6:30 pm- Decoda Salon at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Chelsea

October 27-30- Decoda in Residence with the Northwest Arkansas Symphony Orchestra

November 7. 7:30 pm- Decoda at Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall

Mozart Quintet for Piano and Winds, K. 452

Recent Performances

July 1-4- Genghis Barbie at the International Horn Symposium, Ghent, Belgium

July 13-26- Decoda Skidmore Chamber Music Institute, Saratoga Springs, NY

August 4-11- Composer’s Conference, Brandeis, MA

August 12-18- Bay Chamber Concerts, Rockport, ME


News and Press

Genghis Barbie released our newest album, 2 Legit. Purchase it here!

Ellen Reid’s opera p r i s m on which Laura performed recently won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Music. Listen to the album!

Laura was recently appointed Artist Teacher of Horn at the Longy School of Music at Bard College.


The creative songwriting project that Laura conceived and led between NYPD officers and teens received national news attention.


Genghis Barbie was featured in the 12/11/17 issue of the New Yorker.


“Laura Weiner deftly explored the varied textures and sonic effects of the challenging French horn solo.”    

        -New York Times, March 20, 2013

“It was clear that every member of the orchestra...was committed to the performance. Laura Weiner not only played her French horn exquisitely, she did so without a score in front of her.”   

                -Seen and Heard International, March 23, 2013

“Laura Weiner’s horn cadenza was astounding by itself. The “Interstellar Call” movement was a thesaurus of horn sounds.”

            -ConcertoNet, March 19, 2013

“There was no messing with the magic, just a reduction in forces.  Horn player Laura Weiner showed particular skill, but each player played a part in the delightful storytelling.”

        -Albany Times Union, February 15, 2014