Lorenzo La Roc
Lorenzo La Roc is a native New York electric violinist, composer, and arranger. He began playing the violin at the age of eight, and though he was classically trained, he now plays diverse styles, including jazz, rock and Latin music. He studied at the Julliard School of Music under the tutelage of Mary Jane Metcalf, at the Guitar Study Center in New York City, and at the Creative Music Studios in Woodstock. After graduating college, he was hired as a solo electric violinist to perform with Warner Brothers recording artist, Sheila E, which led him to embrace Latin jazz.
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