Published March 5, 2019
Vincent Lauzer will perform at 7:00pm EDT on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at First Presbyterian Church, Bloomington, as part of the Early Music America’s Emerging Artists Showcase, as part of the Bloomington Early Music Festival.
Révélation Radio-Canada 2013-2014 and Breakthrough Artist of the Year (2012 Opus Awards), Vincent Lauzer graduated from McGill University where he studied with Matthias Maute. He is the artistic director of the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival in New-Brunswick.
Winner of several prizes, he has recently been awarded the Fernand Lindsay Career Award, a scholarship given to a young promising Canadian musician for the development of an international career. In 2012, he won the First Prize at the Stepping Stone of the Canadian Music Competition and the Career Development Award from the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto.
As both a soloist and a chamber musician, Vincent has participated in several recordings that have received critical acclaim. He is a member of Flûte Alors! and Les Songes, two ensembles with whom he has toured Eastern Canada with Jeunesses Musicales Canada. Vincent performs as a soloist with Arion Baroque Orchestra, La Bande Montréal Baroque, the Pacific Baroque Orchestra and Les Violons du Roy.
2019 Showcase Program
Flauto dolce solo
In this program, Vincent Lauzer performs works from the Baroque era for solo recorder. This concert features virtuosic excerpts from Jacob van Eyck’s Der Fluyten Lust-hof, inspired fantasias by Telemann and a transcription of J.S. Bach’s famous Partita for Solo Flute. Lauzer also offers his own transcriptions of Tartini’s Variations on a Gavotte by Corelli and of J.S. Bach’s second cello suite. With 10 instruments with him on stage, Vincent Lauzer hopes to make you rediscover the recorder in a new light.