Academy of Ancient Music

Recorder player Lucie Horsch, with a critically-acclaimed solo album behind her despite being only 19, features in the latest concert from the Academy of Ancient Music (AAM).

The concert, at West Road Concert Hall on 26 February, includes works by Vivaldi and Bach, with AAM music director Richard Egarr also featuring on harpsichord. 

Lucie is from the Netherlands and has represented her country at the Eurovision Young Musician contest and is now sought after internationally, both by baroque ensembles and modern orchestras.

Catch them on 26 February at 7.30pm, tickets from £15.