Lorin Green is an activist, administrator, flutist, and educator from Augusta, Georgia. In 2020, she earned her Bachelor’s in Flute Performance from Kennesaw State University where she studied with Christina Smith Principal Flute of the Atlanta Symphony. Lorin recently earned her Master’s in Flute Performance at the University of New Mexico where she studied with Valerie Potter of the New Mexico Philharmonic and was a Graduate Assistant and Fellow of the UNM School of Music. Lorin has performed with the United States Army Field Band and has also attended music festivals and intensives with clinicians such as Bonita Boyd of the Eastman School of Music and Allison Loggins-Hull of Flutronix.
When she is not in school, Lorin co-hosts her podcast Relative Pitch where she along with her co-hosts engage in conversations centered around accessibility, representation, and innovation within the music field. Her chamber ensemble, Elucidate Duo, is a flute and trumpet duo that strives to present riveting performances for an array of audiences by platforming and highlighting works by POC, women, and other underrepresented composers to help with the diversification of the classical music canon. Lorin was recently chosen as the 2022/2023 Seattle Symphony fellow for the Seattle Arts Fellowship where she will train to be a future leader in Arts Administration.
Lorin will begin pursuing her Doctorate of Musical Arts (DMA) in Flute Performance at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA with internationally renowned flutist and educator Donna Shin in the Fall of 2022. Her work and education remain centered on the fight to make the arts field more diverse, inclusive, and equitable for all.