Lucie Horsch is artist in residence at Tivoli Vredenburg (season 23/24)

The concert hall Tivoli Vredenburg in Utrecht has given Lucie the opportunity to create six different programmes which she will perform in one season.

These projects include newly written commissioned pieces and adventurous collaborations with musicians like the famous Ton Koopman, baritone Thomas Oliemans, and the Orchestra of the 18th Century.

ORIGINS album wins Edison Klassiek Prize

‘ORIGINS is a lyrical godsend’ – Bas van Putten in the Groene Amsterdammer

‘In this new album Horsch deftly traverses staples of the Western canon, as well as bebop, Argentinian tango and other traditional musics with articulatory dexterity, as well as timbral, technical and stylistic virtuosity.’ – BBC Music Magazine

Lucie Horsch is granted a BBT Fellowship to be used for the further development of her career

The Borletti-Buitoni Trust supports outstanding young musicians (BBT Artists). Whether developing and sustaining young artists’ international careers, or bringing the joy of music to new communities, the Trust provides invaluable assistance and encouragement.

About Lucie

Sparkling 24-year-old rising star Lucie Horsch is a passionate and charismatic advocate of her instrument. First revealed as a recorder Wunderkind, become a stylish baroque virtuoso, Lucie is a smart and innovative musician bringing her curiosity into approaching multiple musical genres and developing new repertoire with the same incredible talent. 

In 2022, Lucie has been given a much-coveted Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship. The Borletti-Buitoni Trust supports outstanding young musicians (BBT Artists). In June 2020, Lucie received the very prestigious “Dutch Music Award”, the highest honor bestowed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science to a musician working in classical music. In the 2021/22 season, Lucie has been touring as ECHO Rising Star in Europe’s most prestigious concert halls. During the 2023/24 season, Lucie is artist in residence at the Tivoli Vredenburg Utrecht, where she also appears as a pianist and singer.

Recent and upcoming highlights include debuts with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra under Ton Koopman, the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich and Stavanger Symphony Orchestra under Jan Willem de Vriend, the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, as well as recitals at the Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, Thüringer Bachwochen, Solsberg Festival, Wigmore Hall, Festival de Pâques Aix-en-Provence, KKL Luzern, La Chaux-de-Fonds, LSO St. Luke’s, with such various partners as Ton Koopman, Olga Pashchenko, Thomas Dunford, Justin Taylor and Max Volbers. Lucie has toured 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. She also performs her folk and jazz-inspired Origins project at festivals and venues like Wigmore Hall, the Rheingau Musik Festival, Classique au Vert Paris, Bremer Musikfest, the Dresdner Musikfestspiele, Festival de Musique de Menton, the Società del Quartetto Milan and the Vienna Konzerthaus.

Lucie is an exclusive Decca Classics artist. Her debut CD featuring concertos and other works by Vivaldi received the 2017 Edison Klassiek Award. Her second album Baroque Journey, recorded with the Academy of Ancient Music and Thomas Dunford, featuring works by Sammartini, Bach, Marin Marais and Händel among others reached the No. 1 in the UK Classical Charts and was awarded the prestigious OPUS KLASSIK prize in Germany in 2019. In her third album “Origins” released in September 2022, Lucie explores folk-inspired and traditional music from all over the world with dazzling arrangements of works by 20th century modernists from Bartok, Debussy and Stravinsky to Piazzolla, Isang Yun and Charlie Parker together with traditional tunes from the four corners of the world with a stunning team of guest artists. In 2023, Origins was awarded the Edison Klassiek Audience Prize.

“With Lucie one sees a rare unity between musician and instrument. In her hands, the recorder is not just a musical instrument, but an extension of her personality.”

– Jury Dutch Music Award


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About Lucie’s debut album ‘Vivaldi’: “Fearsome virtuosity and superb technique…a disc to buy and display in years to come as the start of a distinguished career”

BBC Music Magazine


‘Pasona kolo’ with Ludwig, from album ORIGINS

‘Libertango’ with Ludwig and Carel Kraayenhof, from album ORIGINS

J.S. Bach concerto with the Orchestra of the 18th Century

‘Folies d’Espagne’ at Concertgebouw Amsterdam with Thomas Dunford

Ornithology (Charlie Parker) with Fuse

’Sweet’ (1964) from Louis Andriessen

Contact & Bookings


Solea Management

Romain Blondel


Phone: +33 1 48 44 74 70


Universal Music B.V.

’s-Gravelandseweg 80, 1217 EW Hilversum


For Italy

Italy Mamusic

Dario Mannino


Phone: +39 338 4682155

For Spain

Atalanta Artists

Marcos Fernández
Phone: +34 667275122