Lorin Green has studied music since the age of nine with concentrations in voice, violin, and flute. Lorin graduated from John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School located in Augusta, GA in 2016 with her pathway being in music. During high school, Lorin studied with Angela Massey of the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra. In 2015, she performed with the United States Army Field Band and has also attended music festivals and camps with clinicians such as Bonita Boyd of the Eastman School of Music and Allison Loggins-Hull of Flutronix. Throughout her education, Lorin has been awarded numerous Music Scholarships, Assistantships, and Fellowships and is the winner of the 2018 Sigma Alpha Iota Mary Ann Starring Memorial Award in the Woodwind or Brass Division. In 2021, Lorin was offered a position with the United States Marine Regional Bands.
In addition to being an active soloist and chamber musician, Lorin also has years of teaching experience with holding numerous masterclasses and having a studio of the elementary, middle school, high school, collegiate, and adult levels. Lorin recently received her Bachelors in Flute Performance from Kennesaw State University where she sat as Principal Flute of the Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble for two years. During her time at KSU, Lorin studied Flute with Christina Smith of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Piccolo with Kelly Bryant of the Atlanta Opera.
Currently, Lorin is pursuing her Masters in Flute Performance from the University of New Mexico where she studies with Valerie Potter of the New Mexico Philharmonic and is a Graduate Assistant and Fellow of the UNM School of Music. Her work and education remain centered on the fight to make the arts field more diverse, inclusive, and equitable for all.