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Lucie is appointed in 2021 as assistant conductor to Mikko Franck at the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. She won in 2019 the position of assistant conductor for four orchestras: Ensemble Intercontemporain (Paris) with Matthias Pintscher, Orchestre National d’île de France (Paris) with Case Scaglione, Orchestre National de Lille with Alexandre Bloch and Orchestre de Picardie (Amiens) with Arie Van Beek. Laureate of several international competitions, she has been distinguished in November 2018, during the first contest for young female orchestra conductors at the Philharmonie of Paris. She won the Florence Orchestra Camera Award in 2016 at the final of the International Orchestra Conducting Competition in Empoli (Italy).

Selected as assistant conductor at the Verbier Festival from 2019 to 2021, Lucie collaborates with conductors such as Valery Gergiev, Lahav Shani, Gabor Takacs-Nagy, Manfred Honeck, Fabio Luisi. Trained as a conductor by Jean-Sébastien Béreau, she also received advice from renowned conductors such as Pekka Jukka Saraste, Mark Shanahan, Clark Rundell and Peter Eötvös. Since 2018 she has been working regularly with him in Budapest to follow the masterclasses in conducting dedicated to the contemporary repertoire.

These teachings have nourished her inspiration and curiosity for a very rich repertoire ranging from opera to contemporary as well as symphonic music. The faithful interpretation of the text is at the heart of her training, her definition of the role of conductor and her musical activities. In particular through the creation and collaboration with contemporary composers. In Switzerland and Hungary she worked with Peter Eötvös, Heinz Holliger, Kaija Saariaho, Francesco Filidei, Philippe Schoeller or Camille Pépin.

Lucie regularly performs in France and abroad with various orchestras such as the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie in Concertgebouw Amsterdam, the Brussels Philharmonic, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Opéra National de Bordeaux, Orchestre National de Lille, Les Siècles, Orchestre National d’Île de France, Opéra de Lille, Orchestre National de Lyon, Orchestre National des Pays de La Loire, Orchestre National de Metz, Orchestre National de Bretagne, Opéra de Toulon, Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt, Orchestre de Picardie, Orchestre de Chambre de Genève, Ensemble Contrechamps in Geneva, the National Orchestra of Bogota with the artist Wax Tailor. During a tour in Korea, she conducted the show “Les misérables en concert” in Seoul and Pusan.

In the operatic field Lucie has conducted two operas in 2022: Johann Strauss’ FLEDERMAUS in Paris in collaboration with the CDSM and the Philharmonie de Paris and the world permiere of Etienne Perruchon’s DE L’AUTRE CÔTÉ DU MUR at the Opéra de Massy with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France in the pit. Next season she will conduct Poulenc’s LES MAMELES DE TIRESIAS and Stravinksy’s ROSSIGNOL at the Opéra de Nice and furtheron BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA at the Copenhagen Opera House.

On the symphonic side 2022 brings Lucie returns to the Ensemble Intercontemporain and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France and will see make her debuts at the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Konzerthaus Dortmund and Züricher Kammerorchester. Following her remarkable debut at the Opéra de Bordeaux she will tour a 20 the century project with Alexandre Tharaud and the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine and will present the season’s final with an American programme there. In October 2022 Lucie was invited to tour the Munich Symphony Orchestra to Paris to perform Rossini’s PETITE MESSE SOLENNELLE in the Cathedral St Louis des Invalides. In 2023 Lucie will return to Munich for a programme focusing on Bizet and Poulenc and will return -for the third time- to Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw for a tour project with the Nord Netherlands Philharmonic.

In 2014, Lucie founded the Orchestre de Chambre de Lille (OCL) with one ambition: to spread music for all, in places where people do not expect it. The OCL performs in the Lille area with concerts in different formats and with different aesthetics ranging from “instrument discovery” to the great symphony. Transmission and collective practices are at the heart of the orchestra’s educational projects, which, in parallel with the concerts, offers awareness-raising workshops. The orchestra and its conductor perform in unusual places with the desire to meet new audiences.