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Lucie
Horsch

recorder

Twenty year old Lucie Horsch is one of the most remarkable musical talents of her generation, and already in great demand as a solo recorder player both in her native Netherlands and internationally.

Lucie Horsch is performing with baroque ensembles as well as with modern orchestras. She embarked on tours with the Academy of Ancient Music and B’Rock Orchestra and worked with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, LUDWIG and the Staatsorchester Kassel. In 2017 she made an appearance on the German tv programme Stars von Morgen where she also performed together with Rolando Villazón.

Her debut CD features concertos and other works by Vivaldi, for which she received the 2017 Edison Classical Award. Her second disc Baroque Journey, which she recorded with lutenist Thomas Dunford and the Academy of Ancient Music under Richard Egarr, reached nr. 1 in the Classical Charts in the UK and was awarded the prestigious Opus Klassik prize.

Born into a family of professional musicians, Lucie Horsch began to study the recorder at the age of five. Only four years later, her televised performance at a popular canal concert caused a national sensation. After winning many competitions, she enrolled in the Conservatorium of Amsterdam, where she studied the recorder with Walter van Hauwe. Also a talented pianist, she first studied with Marjes Benoist and is now in Jan Wijn’s class. In 2014, she was chosen to represent the Netherlands at the Eurovision Young Musician contest; in 2016 she was awarded the prestigious Concertgebouw Young Talent Award, in the presence of Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

Lucie Horsch makes her first appearance with Concertgebouworkest in June 2020 performing Vivaldi’s Recorder Concerto in C Major, RV 433 during a livestream concert under the baton of Ton Koopman.

Twenty year old Lucie Horsch is one of the most remarkable musical talents of her generation, and already in great demand as a solo recorder player both in her native Netherlands and internationally.

Lucie Horsch is performing with baroque ensembles as well as with modern orchestras. She embarked on tours with the Academy of Ancient Music and B’Rock Orchestra and worked with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, LUDWIG and the Staatsorchester Kassel. In 2017 she made an appearance on the German tv programme Stars von Morgen where she also performed together with Rolando Villazón.

Her debut CD features concertos and other works by Vivaldi, for which she received the 2017 Edison Classical Award. Her second disc Baroque Journey, which she recorded with lutenist Thomas Dunford and the Academy of Ancient Music under Richard Egarr, reached nr. 1 in the Classical Charts in the UK and was awarded the prestigious Opus Klassik prize.

Born into a family of professional musicians, Lucie Horsch began to study the recorder at the age of five. Only four years later, her televised performance at a popular canal concert caused a national sensation. After winning many competitions, she enrolled in the Conservatorium of Amsterdam, where she studied the recorder with Walter van Hauwe. Also a talented pianist, she first studied with Marjes Benoist and is now in Jan Wijn’s class. In 2014, she was chosen to represent the Netherlands at the Eurovision Young Musician contest; in 2016 she was awarded the prestigious Concertgebouw Young Talent Award, in the presence of Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

Lucie Horsch makes her first appearance with Concertgebouworkest in June 2020 performing Vivaldi’s Recorder Concerto in C Major, RV 433 during a livestream concert under the baton of Ton Koopman.