Lorin Wey was born on April 3, 1990 in Berne, Switzerland, to an American-Swiss musician couple, Peggy Wey-Ervin and Markus Wey. In 1994, he moved to Vienna, where his older brother, Terry, joined the Vienna Choir Boys. Lorin entered the kindergarten of the Vienna Choir Boys, and continued on to their primary school.
As a member of the choir, he sang various masses in the Imperial Chapel, and in Carmen in the Vienna State Opera. After a tour to Australia and New Zealand, he left the choir and enrolled in the Vienna Musikgymnasium (music high school). In 1999, Lorin played the boy Mozart in a Japanese film, with the conductor Charles Dutoit as Father Mozart.
Lorin WeyTerry Wey (non-treble) Weihnachtliche Arien, Duette & Pastoralen für Knabenstimmen und barocke Instrumente von Schütz, Bartolotti, etc. Lorin and his brother and counter-tenor Terry Wey sing on 14 of the 24 tracks. Lorin and Terry had only a brief credit in the original pressing, however the boys' biographies are now included in the booklet in the second edition.
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Lorin WeyTerry Wey (non-treble) Lorin sings with brother and counter-tenor Terry Wey. Lorin does the intros (which are rather short) in the mass and Gregorian type compositions. He sings a longer solo in the Magnificat by Ludwig Senfl.