, originally from Argentina, is a solo, chamber, and orchestral baroque violinist currently living in the Netherlands. She is a core member of B'Rock Orchestra and performs regularly with ensembles such as The Netherlands Bach Society, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Vox Luminis, Academia Montis Regalis, Harmonie Universelle and Capella Gabetta. She was selected for the Netherlands Bach Society's Young Bach Fellowship, and has participated in numerous recordings of NBS's All of Bach
project. Lucia is co-founder of the ensemble Radio Antiqua
(winner of the International Händel Competition Göttingen 2014, 2nd prize and public prize of the Utrecht Early Music Festival Van Wassenaer Competition 2016) with whom she has performed in festivals such as Festival d'Ambronay, Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musick, Göttingen Händel Festspiele, Monteverdi Festival, Pavia Barocca and Istanbul Opus Amadeus Festival. In October 2015 Radio Antiqua released its first CD Treasures of the German Baroque
(Ambronay Editions, distr. by Harmonia Mundi) receiving great reviews from the critics in England, Germany, Italy, Spain, France and The Netherlands. Lucia also enjoys performing new music, having premiered compositions in the United States, The Netherlands and Norway. She holds a master degree from The Royal Conservatoire in The Hague where she studied with Kati Debretzeni.