Lorena Bulgheroni was born in Switzerland. She has been playing music since her early childhood and soon started to play flute, playing in various ensembles and successfully participating in regional and national competitions. She played the Jolivet concerto with a string orchestra and participated in the Festival des Amplitudes (La Chaux-de-Fonds) with the NEC (Nouvel Ensemble Contemporain). Her teachers were Christian Mermet, Mathieu Poncet and Philipp Jundt and, since 2020, she is studying in the class of Philippe Racine in Zürich. She has had masterclasses with Michael Martin Kofler, Renate Greiss-Armin, Sophie Cherrier, Robert Dick, Mathieu Dufour, Anne-Kathrin Heinzman, Emmanuel Pahud and Ulrich Koella (chamber music).