BRITISH HARPSICHORD SOCIETY RECITAL
‘Friends and Inspirers.’
Let yourself be drawn into a journey throughout the 17th Century Europe. From Roma to Paris through Vienna, you will be able to explore how some great composers such as Jacques Champion de Chambonnières, Johann Jakob Froberger, Girolamo Frescobaldi and Jean-Henry D’Anglebert inspired each other.
After having studied the modern piano with great pianists such as Geoffroy Couteau, Denis Pascal or Chantal Riou, Lucie Chabard started learning the harpsichord in 2012 with Brice Sailly and Elisabeth Joyé and obtained both her harpsichord and modern piano diplomas in 2015. She then studied the fortepiano with Daria Fadeeva at the Versailles Conservatoire and obtained her fortepiano diploma in 2016. She also followed Frédéric Michel’s courses on continuo for 3 years. She is now taught by Carole Cerasi at the Royal Academy of Music in London. During her studies, she’s been given the opportunity to perform at the National Archives Museum in Paris, in the Duke’s Hall and on the historical keyboards of the Royal Academy of Music’s Museum in London, at the Horniman Museum, at Holy Trinity Church in South Kensington and at Hatchlands Park in Guildford. Lucie has also followed harpsichord and clavichord master classes and courses taught by great musicians such as Pierre Hantaï, Ton Koopman, Bertrand Cuiller, Maude Gratton and Steven Devine.
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