The Austrian soprano, Laurence Dutoit, was a regular performer at the Vienna State Opera from the late 1950ís to the early 1970ís. She also appeared on a number of occasions at the Vienna Singakademie. In 1958 she performed in Vienna in Werner Egkís Irische Legende, a performance conducted by the composer. The following year she sang at the Vienna Singakademie in George Frideric Handelís Solomon under Beechamís direction and also sang in the same composerís Israel in Egypt in a performance conducted by Hermann Scherchen.
At the 1962 Salzburg Festival Laurence Dutoit appeared in Herbert von Karajanís production of Il Trovatore, singing the role of Ines. She also appeared at the Vienna State Opera in 1964 under Herbert von Karajanís direction in Straussís Die Frau ohne Schatten and in 1972 sang the role of the Second Virgin in Cherubiniís Medea under Horst Stein, again in Vienna. She also performed with Leonard Bernstein.
Laurence Dutoit's J.S. Bach recordings consist of the Christmas Oratorio (BWV 248), Easter Oratorio (BWV 249), Matthäus-Passion (BWV 244) and the Cantatas BWV 140 and BWV 4. Her other recordings include Schubertís Messe Nr.4 C-dur (D 452), Cherubiniís Medea, Verdiís Il Trovatore (as Ines), Einemís Der Besuch der alten Dame, and Mozartís Regina Coeli in C major (K 276). Dutoitís recordings appear on the Vox, DGG, MYTO, Amadeo, Tuxedo Music, Melodram and Gala labels.