Energy and passion characterize Lorre Lynn Trytten's violin playing. In this era of electronic music, full of midi instruments, samplers and sound effects, Lorre has remained faithful to the basic sound of her centuries-old, acoustic violin, on which she has mastered a variety of musical styles. She is known for her power and verve, her dynamic stage presence and easy rapport with an audience. Whether she is improvising or playing notated music, with Lorre on stage there's never a dull moment; one is guaranteed a masterful show of virtuosity, humor and creativity. Her presentation, a regular feature of many performances and always improvised, is vulnerable and appealing, welcoming the listener as a friend into her musical world.
Lorre has made one solo CD: "Feet on the Ground" (2002)
With Marian Bolt she has recorded music by Fritz Kreisler: "Viennese Fantasietta" (2008) and "Liebesleid" (2010)
Her most recent CD is with Bow Regards: "Musicals & Ballads" (2014)
She is featured on other CDs, including:
Willem Breuker Kollektief: Metropolis, Sensamaya, Heibel, Hunger, Thirst
Flairck: De optocht
Kamerorkest Driebergen: Brainstorm
Maartje ten Hoorn String Quartet: Sparkles
Klimt!: Kiss the Guitar Player
As a session violinist Lorre plays on numerous recordings, such as CDs from Marco Borsato, Kayak, Andre Hazes, David Guetta, Jan Smit, Jurk!, Within Temptation, 3JS, and Daniel Lohues.
"Music should be about communication, not about egos or individual glory. If you have something to say, it's important that you say it--but you can't do it alone. You need your fellow musicians--and your audience-- to help get your message across." (Lorre Lynn Trytten)