Carolyn Lorenzoni is a 1995 honors graduate of the Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler University. She has been a student of the musical arts for over 25 years performing with voice and on piano, harpsichord and organ throughout the Indianapolis community. Some of Carolyn's performances include: Zion Evangelical United Church of Christ, Clowes Hall, for the American Guild of Organists' Indianapolis Chapter and for the Sigma Alpha Iota musical fraternity.
Consistent with her passion for the worship arts, Carolyn has worked in worship ministry for 25 years while equipping the next generation as an instructor in piano, voice, organ and theory. Currently, she is the Executive Director for the Indiana Fine Arts Academy.
Honors and Awards
Carolyn has won numerous honors and awards for performance, volunteerism and philanthropy including the Key to the City of Indianapolis and the Sagamore of the Wabash from Governor Evan Bayh.