Lore Constantine has performed both piano and flute throughout the Mid-Atlantic region at a variety of venues, including music and arts festivals and universities, as well as weddings, receptions, and private parties. As a keyboardist, Lore has appeared in bands with Joe Frazier and Michael Averone in Atlantic City, New York City, and the Mohegan Sun Casino, CT. She teaches piano, flute and voice in her studio in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Lore has produced two contemporary albums, titled "Piano Impressions" and "Piano Expressions", which include personal interpretations of music by Marian McPartland, the Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, and New Orleans piano players, as well as original compositions. She has received radio airplay by David Gans on his live California radio show "Dead to the World", Peter North on his show "Dead Ends and Detours" at CKUA, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Chuck Elliott on "Sleepy Hollow", WXPN, Philadelphia, 'Downtown Deb' Trist on 'Dead Air', KLCC, Eugene, Oregon and is a member of XPN's Musicians On Call program Lore Constantine's album 'Piano Impressions' is described by Kathy Parsons of mainlypiano.com as a 'very promising debut'; 'subtle at times and very big and boisterous at others, depending on the mood of the piece and the setting' (see full review below). Sirius radio host Michael Tearson calls the album 'rounded and whole' and says 'her playing commands attention which is richly rewarded'.