Lucia Giraudo, originally from Argentina, is a baroque violinist currently living in the Netherlands. She performs regularly with ensembles such as The Netherlands Bach Society, Il Pomo d' Oro, Collegium Vocale Gent, Vox Luminis, Collegium 1704, Les Musiciens du Prince (Cecilia Bartoli), B'Rock Orchestra, Les Passions de l'Ame, Academia Montis Regalis, and Capella Gabetta. She was selected for the Netherlands Bach Society's Young Bach Fellowship, and has participated in numerous recordings of The Netherlands Bach Society's All of Bach project.

Lucia is co-founder of the ensemble Radio Antiqua (winner of the International Händel Competition Göttingen and Van Wassenaer Concours at the Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht) with whom she has performed in festivals such as Monteverdi Festival, Festival d'Ambronay, Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musick, Göttingen Händel Festspiele, Thuringen Bachwochen, Pavia Barocca and Istanbul Opus Amadeus Festival. In March 2019 Radio Antiqua released its second CD Sonate a Tre- Triosonatas by Giovanni Benedetto Platti (Ramee, Outhere) containing unrecorded, unedited sonatas, and receiving great reviews around Europe. Lucia also enjoys performing new music, having premiered compositions in the United States, Spain, The Netherlands and Norway. She holds an Bachelor degree from Indiana University (USA) and a master degree from The Royal Conservatoire in The Hague where she studied with Kati Debretzeni.

Lucia Giraudo