18, 19 & 23 August 2018

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Lucie Horsch

Lucie Horsch, who is representing The Netherlands, started recorder lessons aged just five years old with Rob Beek at the ‘Muziekschool van Amsterdam’. Since 2011 she has been a student with Walter van Hauwe at the ‘Sweelinck Akademie’, part of the ‘Conservatorium’ of Amsterdam’ - where she is also enrolled as a piano student with Marjes Benoist.

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Having won several competitions, including the ‘Talentenjacht’ of the Concertgebouw and the first online Prinses Christina contest in 2009, Lucie was invited to perform as a soloist on television with the ‘JeugdOrkest Nederland’ as part of AVRO’s ‘Prinsengrachtconcert’.

In 2011 Lucie won first prize at the ‘Stichting Jong Muziek Talent’ national competition, and in 2012 first prize and the audience award during the ‘Prinses Christina competition’ in Haarlem and The Hague. As a result of these, she appeared on Dutch Radio 3 with a recital from the Concertgebouw and toured as a soloist throughout The Netherlands with the Rubens Quartet.

In April 2013 Lucie won the “Avond van de jonge musicus” competition with a televised performance of the Sammartini concerto, performing with the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Matthew Rowe.

Lucie has been a member of the National Children’s Choir for seven years, performing with orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of Hilversum. She is currently in her third year at the Barlaeus grammar school in Amsterdam.

This summer, Lucie has been invited to perform this summer at the Festival für Alte Musik in Innsbruck with harpsichordist Alexandra Nepomnyashchaya.

Participation

Repertoire

Work
Semi final piece 1: Sonata seconda (Renaissance sopraan), composed by Dario Castello. Semi final piece 2: Der Besucher der Idylle (1993) (tenor), composed by: Isang Yun. Semi final piece 3: Adagio en Allegro uit Sonate Wq 135, composed by: C.P.E. Bach. Final piece: Concerto per flautino in sol maggiore RV 443, composed by: A. Vivaldi.
Performed by
Lucie Horsch
Broadcaster
NTR

Repertoire

Work
Semi final piece 1: Sonata seconda (Renaissance sopraan), composed by Dario Castello. Semi final piece 2: Der Besucher der Idylle (1993) (tenor), composed by: Isang Yun. Semi final piece 3: Adagio en Allegro uit Sonate Wq 135, composed by: C.P.E. Bach. Final piece: Concerto per flautino in sol maggiore RV 443, composed by: A. Vivaldi.
Performed by
Lucie Horsch
Broadcaster
NTR

Participation

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This artist doesn't have any official channels

Lucie Horsch, who is representing The Netherlands, started recorder lessons aged just five years old with Rob Beek at the ‘Muziekschool van Amsterdam’. Since 2011 she has been a student with Walter van Hauwe at the ‘Sweelinck Akademie’, part of the ‘Conservatorium’ of Amsterdam’ - where she is also enrolled as a piano student with Marjes Benoist.

Performance video

Preview video

Having won several competitions, including the ‘Talentenjacht’ of the Concertgebouw and the first online Prinses Christina contest in 2009, Lucie was invited to perform as a soloist on television with the ‘JeugdOrkest Nederland’ as part of AVRO’s ‘Prinsengrachtconcert’.

In 2011 Lucie won first prize at the ‘Stichting Jong Muziek Talent’ national competition, and in 2012 first prize and the audience award during the ‘Prinses Christina competition’ in Haarlem and The Hague. As a result of these, she appeared on Dutch Radio 3 with a recital from the Concertgebouw and toured as a soloist throughout The Netherlands with the Rubens Quartet.

In April 2013 Lucie won the “Avond van de jonge musicus” competition with a televised performance of the Sammartini concerto, performing with the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Matthew Rowe.

Lucie has been a member of the National Children’s Choir for seven years, performing with orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of Hilversum. She is currently in her third year at the Barlaeus grammar school in Amsterdam.

This summer, Lucie has been invited to perform this summer at the Festival für Alte Musik in Innsbruck with harpsichordist Alexandra Nepomnyashchaya.

Repertoire

Work
Semi final piece 1: Sonata seconda (Renaissance sopraan), composed by Dario Castello. Semi final piece 2: Der Besucher der Idylle (1993) (tenor), composed by: Isang Yun. Semi final piece 3: Adagio en Allegro uit Sonate Wq 135, composed by: C.P.E. Bach. Final piece: Concerto per flautino in sol maggiore RV 443, composed by: A. Vivaldi.
Performed by
Lucie Horsch
Broadcaster
NTR

Artist accounts

This artist doesn't have any official channels

Lucie Horsch, who is representing The Netherlands, started recorder lessons aged just five years old with Rob Beek at the ‘Muziekschool van Amsterdam’. Since 2011 she has been a student with Walter van Hauwe at the ‘Sweelinck Akademie’, part of the ‘Conservatorium’ of Amsterdam’ - where she is also enrolled as a piano student with Marjes Benoist.

Performance video

Preview video

Having won several competitions, including the ‘Talentenjacht’ of the Concertgebouw and the first online Prinses Christina contest in 2009, Lucie was invited to perform as a soloist on television with the ‘JeugdOrkest Nederland’ as part of AVRO’s ‘Prinsengrachtconcert’.

In 2011 Lucie won first prize at the ‘Stichting Jong Muziek Talent’ national competition, and in 2012 first prize and the audience award during the ‘Prinses Christina competition’ in Haarlem and The Hague. As a result of these, she appeared on Dutch Radio 3 with a recital from the Concertgebouw and toured as a soloist throughout The Netherlands with the Rubens Quartet.

In April 2013 Lucie won the “Avond van de jonge musicus” competition with a televised performance of the Sammartini concerto, performing with the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Matthew Rowe.

Lucie has been a member of the National Children’s Choir for seven years, performing with orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra of Hilversum. She is currently in her third year at the Barlaeus grammar school in Amsterdam.

This summer, Lucie has been invited to perform this summer at the Festival für Alte Musik in Innsbruck with harpsichordist Alexandra Nepomnyashchaya.

Participation