Lucie Horsch

Lucie Horsch, LUDWIG and the National Women's Youth Choir


  • Claude Debussy Salut printemps
  • Maurice Duruflé Quatre motets sur des thèmes grégoriens no.2: Tota pulchra es
  • Lili Boulanger / Max Knigge Les sirènes
  • Barbara Strozzi Giusta negativa op.2 no.26
  • Isabella Leonarda Sonata duodecima
  • Francesca Caccini Canzonetta Chi desia di saper che cos'è amore'
  • Georg Philipp Telemann Concerto for recorder and traverso TWV 52:e1
  • Antonio Vivaldi Gloria in excelsis Deo (from: Gloria)
  • Kate Moore / Kate Moore from Lux Aeterna: Lucidity (moved by K. Moore)
  • Robert Schumann from Drei Lieder opus 114: Nänie
  • Fanny Hensel from Das Jahr, 12 Charakterstücke: Monat Mai - Frühlingslied
  • György Kurtág from Signs, games and messages: Sappho fragment
  • Karin Rehnqvist Ingenting (ed. L. Horsch)
  • C. Schumann 6 Lieder op.13 no.1: Ich stand in dunklen Träumen
  • Robert Schumann Meerfey from Romances opus 69
  • Georges Bizet Chanson bohème from Carmen

Lucie Horsch plays recorder, piano and sings in this special concert centered around strong women. Together with the National Women's Youth Choir and LUDWIG, she performs inspiring music in which the woman as composer, musician and inspiration is the artistic centerpiece.

La musica
The world can no longer ignore recorder player Lucie Horsch. Once started as a child prodigy, she won the Dutch Music Prize in 2020, was an ECHO Rising Star in 2021/2022, and currently holds the prestigious Borletti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship. You name it, she knows how to get it out of her collection of recorders: early music, but also modern classical, jazz, pop, folk music and much more. She is also a master of improvisation and knows how to expand the repertoire for recorder with her arrangements. This program takes place around her and has as its theme strong women.
Because la musica, in itself a feminine concept, is home to a lot of strong women. They are on the program tonight: women who compose and women who make music, but also women who gave rise to many unprecedentedly beautiful compositions. Lucie Horsch is surrounded in this concert by strong women like the National Women's Youth Choir, part of the National Choirs led by Wilma ten Wolde. And she also displays more musical talents than just recorder. She is a professionally trained pianist and singer; as a child, she was even a member of the National Choirs' children's choir for seven years. Together with LUDWIG, it will be an inspiring evening.

Friday, April 5, 2024
8:15 pm

Large Hall


LUDWIG and Barbara Hannigan - photo Marco Borggreve
National Women's Youth Choir
Wilma ten Wolde
Choir conductor
Lucie Horsch
Recorder / mezzo-soprano / piano

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