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Lorenn Peer

”Her rich and dynamic voice, combined with her elegant beauty and captivating stage presence, are sure to take you on a journey you will not forget.” (”Baiser Salle” review, Paris)

Raised en route New York/Tel Aviv, Lorenn was exposed to a wide array of musical influences: From traditional Jewish/Yiddish and Israeli folklore, to the voices of Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra, and to the horns of Jazz giants such as Chet Baker and John Coltrane. Lorenn is the daughter of a musician father and of a New York fashion coordinator mother, who at a very young age instilled in her a deep passion and devotion for music and art.

Lorenn graduated from the highly selective Performing Arts High School located at the heart of New York City’s Lincoln Center. The school (made famous by the TV series and motion picture FAME)provided Lorenn with extensive musical training both in Classical music and Jazz.

Following high school, Lorenn rejected the mundane path of her peers and instead of heading off to college, she decided to leave her family behind in New York, and volunteered for full service in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). After an arduous audition process, Lorenn was accepted as a soloist in the Representative Official IDF Band.

Throughout her two-year service, Lorenn performed for soldiers nationwide (including the Gaza Strip and the Lebanese & Jordanian borders.). She also performed at various public and private official Israeli Government and military affairs for audiences that included various world leaders.

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