Dorit is an award winning singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She has fronted and performed with various bands from Hard Rock and Metal, to Eastern European Gypsy Bands, and Middle Eastern and Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) ensembles. As a solo singer-songwriter Dorit has performed at various music festivals such as South by Southwest, Dewey Beach Music Festival, Nerfa, Chicago World Music Festival, Make Music New York, and the infamous NYC Antifolk Festival.
Dorit started off playing classical piano for 15 years, then in high school she built a classical guitar in a science technology lab and began to play. Later while performing Middle Eastern dance, she would often sit in with the master musicians and learned to play Arabic percussion instruments. Dorit plays guitar, piano, percussion, and has currently picked up the ukulele after receiving one as a gift.
After winning a scholarship through the Guitar Center in 2012, Dorit was invited to attend the first Womens' Music Summit created by Laura Whitmore. She later contributed music blogs for Acoustic Nation Online, and became one of the song leaders for Guitar Mass Appeal for Make Music NY, a yearly music event in NYC.
Dorit is currently recording original music that came out of a year long "song a week" project, and she can be seen in New York performing her original music as well as singing with world music bands in Greek, Turkish, Hebrew, Arabic and Spanish.