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 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 participated in Ghost Road 2, Children of Nowhere, a successful music theatre production by LOD, that has gained worldwide recognition ; BerBerio 6+ produced by Zonzo company in cooperation with Revue Blanche; Minnesang/Minnemeister a noteworthy recital project together with Ensemble Zefiro Torna. Over the course of her young career, Lore has distinguished herself with outstanding interpretations of Pierrot Lunaire by Arnold Schönberg; Sirènes by Luca Francesconi with Brussels Philharmonic led by Michel Tabachnik and Drumming (Steve Reich) together with Ictus and Rosas Danse Company. As Barbarina (Nozze di Figaro), she participated in her very first international opera production, with the Freiburger Barockorchester led by René Jacobs.

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 musician she repeatedly appears in concerts and recordings with ensembles such as Ictus, Oxalys, Vlaams Radio Koor, Brussels Philharmonic and Lingua Franca under the baton of René Jacobs, Hervé Niquet, Alexander Rudin, Jos van Veldhoven and Michel Tabachnik.

Her affinity for chamber music and particularly for the Lied-repertoire makes her a very accomplished singer. She participated in master classes with Rudolf Janssen, Udo Reinemann, Margreet Honig, Nicolau da Figueiredo and performed at the Muziekgebouw aan 't Ij (Amsterdam) in the supporting program of the series “Grote Zangers” and in October 2011 she gave a Schubert recital at the prestigious Oxford LiederFestival. May 2013 she was invited at Chipping Campden and Wesley Chapel Harrogate.

Gifted with an enterpreneurial spirit, Lore Binon founded the ensemble Revue Blanche, a quartet consisting of the rather unusual, but interesting combination of harp, flute, viola and voice making their own arrangements of orchestral sings with whom she performs regularly. The Ensemble performs repeatedly in Belgium's main Festivals and concert venues as BOZAR Brussels, de Bijloke, deSingel, Concertgebouw Brugge.

concerts with Lore Binon