We are pleased to introduce you to the musical talent of recorder virtuoso, Genevieve Lacey. Watch our posts and this page as we add more of her recordings over the next two months.
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/