Brussels Philharmonic | Lore Binon, soprano

Lore Binon, soprano

Lore Binon started her musical education at the age of five as a violin player. She was laureate of several violin competitions and obtained her master in violin at the "Royal Conservatory of Brussels", where she studied with Yuzuku Horigome. While studying the violin she discovered a new passion: singing. She started her vocal training at the "Royal Conservatory of Brussels" with Beatrijs Devos obtaining her Bachelor degree maxima cum laude. In 2007 Lore was granted the "Cardon"-award for exceptional results", awarded by the Royal Conservatory. of Brussels. Subsequently Lore studied in Barcelona at the "Escuela Superior de Musica de Catalunya," with Margarida Codina de Natividade. Eventually she obtained her master “magna cum laude” at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Valérie Guillorit (2011).

Lore Binon's debut as Mélisande in the reduced version for two pianos named "Impressions de Pelléas" was a huge success. Only lavish praise for her interpretation in the semi-staged production at KLARA-Festival (edition 2018) at Flagey Brussels and with revivals in Padua (Auditorium C. Pollini), 30CC Leuven/Louvain and within the Belgian Opera Festival 20/21 ... Not less noteworthy was her role debut as Pamina, at the Flanders Opera, in which she revealed herself to be a great Mozart singer.

Other projects included invitations to sing the solo soprano part both in Mendelssohn's Sommernachtstraum together with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège under Christian Arming as in Mahler's 4th Symphony with the Symphonic Orchestra of Mulhouse under Lothar Koenigs. Together with Imago Mundi and teh talented Sophie Vanden Eynde (theorbo) she participated in concerts with works by Strozzi, Caccini, Leonarda and Bembo.