Solo Artist – Broadway – Founder Of The Bass Improv Mastery Program
Lorin Cohen, a renowned bassist and composer hailing from Chicago and currently based in New York City, has captivated audiences across the globe, spanning North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Caribbean with his exceptional musical prowess.
In his illustrious career, Cohen has collaborated with a plethora of jazz luminaries, such as Monty Alexander, Joe Locke, Steve Wilson, Geoffrey Keezer, and Victor Lewis, among others. His contribution to the world of jazz earned him widespread acclaim, exemplified by a glowing four-star review in Downbeat magazine for his 2015 release, “HOME.”
Cohen’s musical versatility extends beyond jazz, as he exhibits equal mastery on both the bass guitar and the upright bass. He showcased his talents in notable productions like the Broadway hit “Motown: The Musical” and the Chicago production of “Jersey Boys.” Additionally, his original compositions and production skills have left an indelible mark on the band Vertikal’s work.
Notably, Cohen is also the visionary behind the Bass Improv Mastery Program, an initiative aimed at empowering intermediate to professional bassists with the tools to achieve breakthrough improvisational fluency.
When it comes to his choice of instrument, Lorin Cohen wields a Custom Overwater Hybrid 5 String bass, further enhancing his distinctive sound and musical expression.