Kimberly (Kim) Lorengo was born and raised in Great Falls, Montana.  She grew up in a musical family with a mother who taught her to play the piano and three younger sisters with whom she spent many hours together singing.  After graduating from the University of Idaho with her degree in music education, Kim took her first teaching job in Shelby, Montana teaching 6-12 choir.  She spent two years there, and then took her dream job teaching 4-12 orchestra and 7-12 choir in Anaconda, Montana where she has spent the past 23 years.  In addition to teaching, Kim has spent time playing the viola with the Butte Symphony, serving as the Hope Lutheran Church Accompanist/Youth Group Leader, and singing/playing rock-n-roll with the John Andrews Band.  Although her job keeps her busy, her greatest accomplishment is her three beautiful children: Logan, 16; Carter, 15; and Kendyl, 13. (July 2023)


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