Lucie Dušková

She graduated from the Church Conservatory in Kroměříž. In 2000 she began intensive study of Baroque, Classical and Renaissance flute at the Staatliche Hochschule für Alte Musik in Trossingen with Prof. Linde Brunmayr-Tutz.
As a soloist she has performed many times with the Baroque orchestra of the Trossingen College. Thanks to an audition, she won a scholarship to the Royal Conservatoire Den Haag, followed by a year’s study with Barthold Kuijken.
She studied recorder privately in The Hague and then graduated from the Conservatory in Pilsen. During a series of masterclasses she consulted recorder playing with early music personalities such as Corina Marti, Petr Zejfart, etc. Currently she is a permanent member of Collegium 1704 and Czech Ensemble Baroque, where she performs as an orchestral and solo player. In 2016, she performed as a recorder and baroque flute soloist with the South Bohemian Philharmonic Orchestra.
She is currently active in Creatrio, in which she arranges and adapts old Jewish songs, with which this ensemble regularly performs in Jewish synagogues and at major festivals.
She is invited to join many ensembles as a soloist or chamber player, where she participates in program development, discovering new pieces and arranging them.
At the Conservatory in České Budějovice she teaches recorder and since September 2016 also Baroque flute.