Lore Binon started her musical education at the age of five as a violin player. She was a winner in several violin competitions such as Jong Tenuto, Axion Classics and the Ottoboni Chamber music competition. In 2008 she obtained her MA in violin at the "Royal Conservatory of Brussels", where she studied with Yuzuku Horigome. While studying the violin she discovered a new passion; singing, and began her vocal training at the "Royal Conservatory of Brussels" with Beatrijs Devos obtaining her BA degree maxima cum laude.
During the academic year 2008-2009 Lore studied in Barcelona at the "Escuela Superior de Musica de Catalunya," with Margarida Codina de Natividade. In 2011 she obtained her MA magna cum laude at the "Conservatory of Amsterdam" with Valérie Guillorit.
The world of lieder appears to her very much and so she participated in several masterclasses in Belgium and abroad, e.g. with Rudolf Janssen, Udo Reinemann, Margreet Honig, Nicolau da Figueiredo. She performed in several music theatre productions e.g. an adaptation of Händels “Saul” with Transparant and “Almschi,” about the turbulent life of Alma Mahler.
As a freelance orchestra and chamber music musician, she performs regularly with ensembles such as the "Vlaams Radio Koor" (Flemish Radio Choir), "Prometheus ensemble", "Il fondamento", "Collegium Vocale Gent","Ictus" etc. She collaborated to several recordings and different international tours with some of these ensembles collaborating with conductors such as Bo Holten, Hervé Niquet, Philippe Herreweghe, Paul Dombrecht, Joel Levi and Michel Tabachnik.
She performes regularly as a soloist in f.i. “Die sieben letzte Worten unseres Erlösers”, in collaboration with “the international Haydn biënnale”, Fauré “requiem” and Brahms' “Liebeslieder und Neue Liebeslieder”. Currently she's involved in a production of Purcells “Dido and Aeneas” playing the role of Belinda
Chamber music is another of Lore's passions. She is founder of "Revue blanche;" a quartet consisting of the rather unusual, but interesting combination of harp, flute, viola and voice making their own arrangements of orchestral songs with whom she performs regularly. She is also a member of several occasional chamber music ensembles.
In 2007 Lore was granted the "Cardon" award for exceptional results, by the "Royal Brussels Conservatory".