22 year old Lucie Horsch is a passionate advocate of her instrument. Revealed as a recorder Wunderkind and became a baroque virtuoso, Horsch is an innovative musician who tapproaches multiple musical genres and develops new repertoires with an extraordinary talent.
In 2020 he received the prestigious Dutch Music Prize, awarded by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science of the Netherlands. This season 2021-22, she has been nominated ECHO Rising Star and, as such will tour the most prestigious venues in Europe.
Recent and upcoming highlights include debuts with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra under Ton Koopman, Tonhalle Orchester with Jan Willem de Vriend or Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra under Benjamin Bayl, tours in Europe with the Academy of Ancient Music and Richard Egarr, Amsterdam Sinfonietta, the Orchestra of the 18th century and in Japan with the B’Rock Orchestra. Other orchestras she has worked with include the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble LUDWIG, Residentie Orkest, Arnhem Philharmonic, Staatsorchester Kassel, Lapland Chamber Orchestra, Uppsala Chamber Orchestra, Combattimento, Apotheosis or Anima Musicae.
In a recital, she forms a duo with the French lute player Thomas Dunford, a couple who have been invited to perform at venues such as Wigmore Hall, the Philharmonie Essen and the Tokyo Concert Hall, among others.
Lucie is an exclusive Decca Classics artist. Her debut CD, featuring concerts and other works by Vivaldi, received the 2017 Edison Klassiek Award. Her second album Baroque Journey reached No. 1 on the UK classical music charts and was awarded the prestigious OPUS KLASSIK Award in Germany in 2019.