Currently based in Adelaide, Lucinda is a member of Chacona and concert-master of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra with whom she has recorded for ABC Classics.
Lucinda Moon graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1991 and was subsequently awarded the Willem van Otterloo and Nickson Travelling scholarships to pursue post-graduate studies in baroque violin. She undertook two periods of study at the Royal Conservatorium in The Hague with Sigiswald Kuijken, graduating in 1995. In 1996 Lucinda was a prize winner in the Bruges Early Music Competition with Les Quatre and participated in an extensive tour of Northern Sweden with The Musicke Room, who in 1997 released their first CD. Currently based in Adelaide, Lucinda is also a member of Chacona and concert-master of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra with whom she has recorded for ABC Classics.
Performing as Elysium Ensemble
The Elysium Ensemble has been acclaimed by critics for its exciting performances, fine musicianship and authoritative interpretations of music from the Baroque and Classical repertoire.
Intimate music from the court of Versailles and the salons of Paris performed by eminent Early Music ensemble, Elysium.
Lucinda Moon also appears on
Performer: Baroque Violins
Rare opportunity to hear the entire 'Goldberg Variations' with all repeats plus the '14 canons' on the Goldbergs and the 'Italian Concerto'.
Performer: 2nd Violin
Arguably one of Australia's finest Baroque trumpeters, Paul Plunkett's latest CD features sonatas and suites by Corelli, Torelli, Telemann, Purcell and Handel and rarely heard sonatas by Molter, Grossi and Biber.