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Lorin Green (She/Her) is an arts leader, administrator, flutist, and educator in Seattle, WA. She currently serves as the Community Relations Manager of the Seattle Symphony where she acts as the bridge between the symphony and the community. During her past year as the Seattle Arts Fellow for the Seattle Symphony, Lorin has led and been vital in reviving programs including the Prison Visits Program, Community Stages Fund, and Dear Humanity. Recently, she was selected for and completed the League of American Orchestras Essentials of Orchestral Management Program at Juilliard. She was also recently appointed to the League of American Orchestras’s inaugural Student Leadership Council where she was one of the only five students to be chosen nationally. 


As an avid researcher and performer, Lorin has been selected to present and perform at the Atlanta Flute Club Annual Conference, Georgia Music Educators Association In-Service Conference, the Mid-Atlantic Flute Convention, the Collegiate Band Directors National Association National Conference, the National Flute Association Annual Convention, the International Trumpet Guild Annual Conference, the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic, and the League of American Orchestras Conference. As an educator, Lorin has taught privately for over 8 years and has worked with students and in schools within Georgia, New Mexico, and Washington. Collegiately, she has taught Chamber Music Lab, Woodwind Methods, Music Appreciation, and Studio Class. 


Lorin co-hosts Relative Pitch Podcast where conversations center 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 aid in the diversification of the classical music canon. 


Lorin is a graduate of Kennesaw State University (Bachelor’s in Flute Performance) and the University of New Mexico (Master’s in Flute Performance). Her past teachers include Christina Smith of the Atlanta Symphony and Valerie Potter of the New Mexico Philharmonic. Lorin is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Musical Arts in Flute Performance at the University of Washington with flutist and educator Donna Shin.


Lorin’s work and education centers on amplifying the voices of the underrepresented within all fields of music and art at large. In her free time, Lorin loves trying new restaurants around Seattle, traveling, and spending time within her local arts communities.

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