Bio : Loren Kramar
Loren Kramar has had an unusual start to his music career. He’s a visual artist who studied painting and performance at one of America’s most prestigious art schools, Cooper Union. Last year, he had a drawing show in New York with queer icons, McDermott & McGough. He’s also a frequent collaborator of avant-garde fashion brand Lou Dallas, performing a live soundtrack with John Carroll Kirby at her fashion show at NYFW in September.
The beginning of his musical career started in New York as a lounge singer at art events, including MoMa PS1, Creative Time’s Gala honoring Julian Schnabel, and the late Glenn O’Brien’s TV Party performing alongside Blondie’s Chris Stein.
In 2015, Apple debuted his first single, My Life, during the unveiling of Apple Music at their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
The last few years have seen Kramar opening up for buzzy artists like Zsela and Liam Benzvi. In 2018, he performed alongside Weyes Blood, Mac Demarco, and Amber Coffman at a Christmas piano show he hosted with John Carroll Kirby.
Kramar is openly gay and was born and raised in Los Angeles.