Doret Florentin is a native of Thessaloniki, Greece. After beginning her recorder studies in Greece, she continued at Tel Aviv University in Israel. There she studied with Bracha Kol and Shlomo Tidhar and received both her B.A. and M.A degrees with honors, as well as a B.A. in mathematics and statistics.
After finishing her studies for the First Phase Degree in The Royal Conservatory of The Hague with Sebastien Marq in 2002, she acquired her Second Phase degree in the same school, under the supervision of Dorothea Winter and Peter van Heyghen. In 2007, she completed her studies in the historical bassoon with Donna Agrell and with Alberto Grazzi.
Doret's rich concert experience includes playing in projects with Nicholas Cramer, Gabriel Garrido (Academy of Ambronay), Nigel North, Ton Koopman, Jos van Immerseel (NJO), as well as recording for the Israeli Radio. She has performed with various groups in international festivals such as Utrecht (fringe), Barcelona (fringe), Augsburg and Thessaloniki (Dimitria Festival).
Since 2008, she has moved back to Israel, where she has been performing in main venues and has been teaching the recorder in, among others, the Levinsky College of Education in Tel-Aviv.
She is a founding member of Me La Amargates Tu ensemble.
She has held a grant from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation between 2000 and 2003.