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Lucie Horsch: Bologna Festival, Il Nuovo, L'Antico, L'Altrove

Bologna, Oratorio San Filippo Neri — Main Hall

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About the Event

Known as 'flauto dolce' in Italian and 'recorder' in English, this seemingly identical instrument takes on a whole new dimension when witnessed during a concert by Lucie Horsch. Hailing from the Netherlands and at 25 years old, she has been playing since the age of five and made her first live television appearance at just nine years old. Her repertoire spans a wide range, from Dutch folk music to Kurtág, Bach to Berio, Telemann to Stravinsky. Throughout her performance, she showcases ten different variants of the recorder, from the Renaissance soprano recorder to the 'flauto di voce,' creating a captivating and evolving experience for the audience.


  • Jacob Van Eyck – Daphne (melodia popolare olandese)
  • Georg Philipp Telemann – Fantasia für Flöte solo Nr. 1 A‐Dur TWV 40:2
  • György Kurtág – Sappho Fragment
  • Claude Debussy – Syrinx per flauto solo
  • Benjamin Britten – Six metamorphoses after Ovid: Pan
  • Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky – Three Pieces for clarinet solo: III
  • Johann Sebastian Bach – Partita für Flöte solo a‐Moll BWV 1013
  • Jacob Van Eyck – Engels Nachtegaeltje
  • Luciano Berio – Gesti (sequenza per flauto dolce)
  • Georg Philipp Telemann – Fantasia n.7 “a la francese” TWV 40:8
  • Isang Yun – Chinese Pictures: The Actor with the Monkey
  • Louis Andriessen – Ende for one player and two recorders
Program is subject to change


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