Almost all of my songs have been recorded. To hear the commercial recordings, please visit my page on Spotify.

Below are a few links from YouTube.

  • The Apple Orchard — a film.

    This is the second in a series of films of my art songs made with Positive Note Films in the UK and Daniel Norman. It was released March 22, 2024, with tenor and filmmaker Daniel Norman and pianist Simon Lepper.

  • The Ballad Singer 

    Poem by Thomas Hardy, recorded on March 28, 2021, at the Tonhalle St. Gallen in Switzerland — with baritone Shea Owens and pianist Roxana Ionescu-Beck.

  • The Imaginary Photo Album

    Archival Video of the Wigmore Hall premiere with soprano Katharina Konradi and pianist Joseph Middleton, October 25, 2020.

    This cycle was commissioned for Katharina Konradi by the BBC and The Royal Philharmonic Society.

  • The Ocean of Eternity

    The Ocean of Eternity cycle sets the poetry of Anne Ranasinghe. This is a recording of the premiere at Scorca Hall in New York City on February 9, 2019. The work was commissioned by saxophonist Michael Couper, soprano Yungee Rhie, and pianist ChoEun Lee, who are the performers in this video.

  • The Ocean of Eternity trailer — excerpts from the CD:

    Acis’ trailer for The Ocean of Eternity: The Songs of Lori Laitman CD.

  • The Seed of Dream

    A short documentary by The Independent Opera Company, about my song cycle which was commissioned by Music of Remembrance and which sets the poetry of Abraham Sutzkever. Performance by baritone Aaron Ball, cellist Thomas Lovasz, and pianist Galina Barskaya.

  • The Three Feathers

    Archival video of Solo Opera’s production, directed and produced by Sylvia Amorino in September 2023 at The Lesher Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek, CA. The libretto is by Dana Gioia, based on a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. More information can be found on my Operas page.

  • Wertheim Park

    This setting of Susan de Sola’s haunting poem was commissioned by premiered by Music of Remembrance to commemorate its 25th concert season — with soprano Alisa Jordheim, clarinetist Laura DeLuca, violinist Mikhail Shmidt, double bassist Jonathan Greene and pianist Mina Miller. Leo van Dorp, Honorary Consul of the Netherlands in Seattle speaks at the start to give context, and the music begins around the 4 minute mark.