« Revelation Instrumental Soloist » during the Victoires de la Musique Classique 2016, the trumpeter Lucienne Renaudin has been described as a « sensational trumpeter » by classical radio KDFC.
As a Warner artist, Lucienne released her first album in the fall of 2017, La voix de la trompette, in collaboration with the Orchestre National de Lille and Rolando Villazón. Her second album, Mademoiselle à New York, recorded with the BBC Concert Orchestra under the direction of Bill Eliott, was released in the fall of 2019.
As part of the 2019/2020 season, Lucienne made her debut in Hong Kong with the Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra as part of the « French May » Festival. In Europe, Lucienne is once again invited by the Orchestre Symphonique de Lucerne and the London Chamber Orchestra.
This last season, Lucienne made her Japanese debut on a tour with The Kanazawa Ensemble Orchestra across the country. She also made her debut at The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam with the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra and in Taiwan with the Kaohsiung Symphony Orchestra. Lucienne went back to China to perform with the Suzhou Symphony Orchestra and Xi’an Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to her commitments as a soloist, Lucienne is an active chamber musician. She recently created a duet program with accordionist Félicien Brut, which has been widely acclaimed during the METIS Festival in Paris for their first performance together.
Lucienne has performed alongside many orchestras such as the Philharmonia Orchesrtra directed by Paavo Järvi, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Munich, the Symphoniker of Munich… She participated in the program Stars von Morgen (ARTE/ZDF) presented by Rolando Villazón in Berlin. In her native France, Lucienne perfomed at La Seine Musicale, at the Annecy Classic Festival and at La Folle Journée de Nantes with the Ural Philharmonic Orchestra broadcasted on live on ARTE.
In addition to the classical repertoire, Lucienne is an avid jazz artist. In 2018, she made her debut at the Marciac Jazz Festival by opening the event and performing as the opening act for Wynton Marsalis.
Lucienne received the Arthur Waser 2020 award, becoming the first woman to receive it.