Lucie Horsch (recorder) and the Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra

13th April, 2018
7.30 pm

Hungarian National Museum — Díszterem
Aleksandra Nepomnyashchaya – harpsichord
An event jointly organized with Hungarian National Museum.

Ticket prices: 3300 Ft

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Hungarian National Museum

Múzeum körút 14–16.
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Lucie Horsch 
Source: DECCA 
Photographer: Dana van Leeuwen

Lucie Horsch (recorder) and the Anima Musicae Chamber Orchestra

Jabot Festival
  1. Castello: Sonata No. 2
  2. Sammartini: Recorder Concerto in F major
  3. Debussy: Syrinx, L. 129
  4. Blavet: Recorder Concerto in A minor
  5. Bach: E-dúr szonáta furulyára és basso continuóra, BWV 1035
  6. Bach: Concerto for harpsichord in D minor, BWV 1059R
  7. Yun: Der Besucher der Idylle (Idyll’s Visitor)
  8. Vivaldi: Recorder Concerto in C major, RV 444

The Dutch Lucie Horsch is one of today’s most exquisite instrumentalists, a virtuoso who never fails to demonstrate the versatility of the recorder. She feels particularly close to the concertos of the Baroque period, whether they were originally written for the recorder or are arrangements.

She already caused a sensation at the age of nine, went on to represent her country at the 2014 Eurovision talent contest of young musicians, and won the Concertgebouw’s talent award in 2016. Her Vivaldi record, which she recorded at the age of 17, was enthusiastically received the world over. “She knows all there is to know about the instrument. This meets with a musicianship that makes Vivaldi’s high-spirited music the mother tongue of her recorder,” a reviewer wrote.

The nineteen-year-old artist, who in 2017–2018 is featured by acclaimed early music ensembles and modern orchestras, brings a diverse and virtuosic programme to Budapest.

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