We are pleased to introduce you to the musical talent of recorder virtuoso, Genevieve Lacey.
Genevieve Lacey creates and performs multi-artform works with found, devised and commissioned materials, combining her skills as performer, composer and curator. She creates poetic, sensual worlds experienced in a huge variety of contexts: public art, installation, film, theatre, dance, radio, TV and the digital realm.
Works include Pleasure Garden (kinetic sound installation experienced by 30,000+ people), Soliloquy (participatory music-dance ritual), Recorder Queen (semi-animated documentary film), and one infinity (participatory performance piece).
As a recorder virtuoso, Genevieve makes regular appearances as a soloist with Australian and international orchestras and has performed at the Lindau International Convention of Nobel Laureates, for Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey, on a basketball court on Thursday Island with Australian indigenous ensemble The Black Arm Band, as a concerto soloist in the Royal Albert Hall for BBC Proms and at the opening night of the London Jazz Festival.
Bio and image from her website: https://genevievelacey.com/