He studied at the conservatory of Liège in Belgium, and later with Luigi Alva in Italy and with Alain Vanzo in
France. In 1992, he participated in the final round of Pavarotti's international singing competition in Philadelphia, when
he had already made his debut in 1989 in Monte Carlo in Massenet's Thérèse, and continued to sing
there for two seasons.
His further career took place in France (Marseille, where he sang very regularly, Rennes, Angers, Lyon, Montpellier, Toulon,
Opéra-Comique, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Dijon, Calais, St-Étienne, Perpignan,
Nancy, Aix-en-Provence, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Avignon), Switzerland (St. Gallen, Bern, Geneva, Zürich), Belgium
(Antwerp, Gent, Liège), but also at the Glyndebourne Festival (Le comte Ory, 1997 and 1998), at the Prague National
Theater, the Vienna Staatsoper (2 performances as Elvino, 2002), in Orlando, Essen, Florence and Torino.
Laho sang Arturo (Puritani), Nadir, Georges Brown, Gérald, Ernesto, Tonio (Fille du régiment), Fernand, Edgardo,
Vincent, Léopold, des Grieux (Manon), Piquillo, Pâris, Hoffmann, Alfred (Fledermaus), Alfredo; but in
Liège even Cavaradossi (in 2015) and Don José (in 2018).
Reference 1, reference 2: Kutsch & Riemens