A blend of musical styles and performance experience has earned Lenore Troia a place of her own in the entertainment world. Expressing her self with smooth vocals and keyboard versatility, her performances have received critical acclaim and her music has enjoyed a worldwide audience.
"A mini jewel of an entertainer..." Howard Thompson, New York Times NYC, NY
"Dynamic...with confidence and skill...entertaining people from all over the globe with island-y blend of Caribbean and rock music and witty patter..." June Keith MIAMI HERALD, Miami, FL
"With a tropical and Brazilian flair as Troia blended originals, a few Jobim tunes and some standards....her clever originals included “Sand Dancing,” “Symptoms of Love” and "Point Me South I-95.” There was also a spirited jazz cover of The Doobie Brothers’ “Takin’ it to the Streets.” Ken Franckling, JAZZ TIMES
"A musical powerhouse, Troia plays smoking keyboards, and has the art of writing a pop song down to a science."
Christine Naughton, SOLARES HILL, Key West, FL
"Throws a hell of a party!", KEY WEST CITIZEN Key West, FL
"I've never heard Lenore sound better, and that's saying volumes. Lenore Troia is probably one of the best singles you may ever hear.", Valerie Ridenour, KEY WEST THE NEWSPAPER, Key West, FL
"Troia's versatility as a pianist and lyricist is truly a key to her success, but the singer-songwriter who earns her living by touring piano bars is misplaced; her home is the concert stage. Troia not only is an accomplished pianist and singer, she has a strong stage presence and obviously can adapt her repertoire to any performing environment.", Shirley Barnes THE DAILY PROGRESS, Charlottesville, VA