Lucie Horsch live in Milan
Dec. 12, 2023 at Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milan, ItalyBaroque Woodwind Recorder
Lucie Horsch in concert at Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi" on Dec. 12, 2023
Lucie Horsch, a renowned Dutch recorder player, is set to perform at the Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi" in Milan, Italy on December 12, 2023. Horsch has gained international recognition for her exceptional talent and virtuosity on the recorder, an instrument often associated with early music.
Horsch's music style can be described as a fusion of classical and contemporary influences. While she primarily focuses on performing Baroque repertoire, she also explores works from various periods, including contemporary compositions written specifically for the recorder. Her performances are known for their technical precision, expressive interpretations, and captivating stage presence.
The Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi" holds a significant place in Milan's rich musical heritage. Founded in 1807 by Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte himself, it is one of Italy's oldest and most prestigious conservatories. Named after the renowned Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi, the institution has played a crucial role in nurturing young musical talents over the centuries.
The venue itself boasts an elegant architectural design that reflects its historical significance. Its grand concert hall provides excellent acoustics and seating arrangements to ensure an immersive musical experience for the audience. The Conservatorio di Musica "Giuseppe Verdi" has hosted numerous world-class musicians and orchestras throughout its existence and continues to be a hub for classical music enthusiasts in Milan.
Lucie Horsch's upcoming concert at this esteemed venue promises to be an unforgettable evening of enchanting melodies and masterful performances. Audiences can expect to be transported through time as Horsch showcases her versatility and artistry on the recorder. With her profound understanding of the instrument's capabilities, she breathes new life into both well-known Baroque compositions and lesser-known gems from different eras.