Laurence Kayaleh has performed as soloist in such prestigious centres as Paris, Brussels, Zürich, Tokyo, Washington, Cleveland, Saint Louis, Sofia, Montréal, Bern, Caracas, Moscow, Modena and Geneva. She has appeared with many distinguished orchestras, including the Zürich Tonhalle, the Russian National Orchestra, the National Symphony (Washington), Orchestre Lamoureux (Paris), Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, and the major orchestras of Cleveland, Saint Louis, Caracas (Simon Bolivar), Basel and Mexico City, under such conductors as Slatkin, Pletnev, Dutoit, Kogan, Venzago, Nowak and Wakasugi.
The world-renowned critic of Le Figaro, Pierre Petit, used the phrase “L’Archet Royal” to describe her golden tone. She has been a guest at major festivals (Lucerne, Blossom, Cervantino, Divonne, Ottawa, Parry Sound (Canada) and the Abbey Bach Festival in Oregon).
Laurence Kayaleh is a professor of violin and chamber music at the Université de Montréal, Canada, and plays a 1742 Guarnerius which belonged to the famous violinist and pedagogue Carl Flesch.