At just 20, Dutch recorder player Lucie Horsch received the Nederlandse Muziekprijs, the most prestigious national award for a classical musician. A precocious instrumentalist and daughter of professional cellists, Horsch has demonstrated an extraordinary talent for the recorder. Gifted with an incredible technique, and musicality imbued with humility, she draws out the countless qualities of this too-often underestimated instrument. Having delighted us in December alongside violinist Théotime Langlois de Swarte, the now unmissable lutenist and theorbist Thomas Dunford joins this ECHO Rising Star 2021-2022 – jointly elected by the Concertgebouw Amsterdam and the Philharmonie Cologne – to offer you a Sunday morning concert full of promise.
Flow my tears
Pièce no. 3 (arr. for solo recorder by L. Horsch)
Le Rossignol en Amour
Suite, BWV 997 (arr. by L. Horsch)
Arteria (Commissioned by Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Kölner Philharmonie and ECHO)
Chi desia di saper che cos’è amore
Sonata in D minor
Couplets de Folies (arr. by L. Horsch & T. Dunford)
Sunday 27 March, 11:00 → 12:00
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 Brussels
Why not make the most out of it and enjoy a delicious breakfast* at the BOZAR CAFE VICTOR on the day of the concert from 10:00 to 11:00!
(Reservation required before Friday 6pm)
* two mini croissants, jam and a coffee or orange juice