Music and song are the canvas and color of Lorena Perry’s sonorous life. She’s been an avid participant in Denver/Boulder ensembles, including Opera Colorado, Ars Nova Singers, Saint Martin’s Chamber Choir, Kantorei, and the Colorado Symphony Chorus.
She also sings for Denver’s St. Paul Lutheran, Denver Archdiocesan Schola, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, and All Souls Catholic. She recorded Eric Whitacre’s first A Capella choral album release in 2002 with Ronald Staheli, filmed education videos for Saint Martin’s, and recorded with Mack Wilberg, Kantorei, Voices of Light, and the Mormon Youth Symphony & Chorus. Lorena enjoys concert solo work and recently placed 1st in the 2022 N.A.T.S. competition. As a versatile instrumentalist, she plays church organ, teaches voice, piano, violin, viola, cello, & guitar, and served as concert master with the Castle Rock Orchestra. She founded and directs the Castle Rock Children’s Choir, and directs and choreographs for musical theater. Lorena mothers five wonderful children and continuously creates original art across myriad media, including music, dance, poetry, video, landscape, and art/design. Castle Rock Children’s Choir and Saint Martin’s have performed her choral compositions. One of her original compositions earned a competitive spot in a 2020 worldwide Christmas concert broadcast.