Lucia Luque Cooreman, violinist, is considered by public and critics one of the best young artists in South America. Her rapidly advancing career as a soloist and in chamber groups has led to many concert performances in Argentina, Italy, Brazil, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Chile, Nigeria, Uruguay, Mexico, UK, Spain, Senegal, Portugal.
Winner of numerous National and International Competitions, she won the First Prize winner in the “National Prize of Arts” in Torino. Special Prize at the prestigious “Concorso Internazionale di Violino Curci” in Napoli, she was also awarded with the “Premio Accademia Filarmonica dell’Arena” in Verona.
At the age of 14, she made her debut as a soloist in Argentina with the National Symphonic Orchestra playing Max Bruch’s Concert Nº 1. Since then she performs regularly as soloist with Orchestras among which the National Symphonic Orchestra of Argentina, Mendoza Philarmonic Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra of Cordoba, Sinphonic Orchestra of Rosario, Orchestra Orchestra OSPA of Porto Alegre of Brazil, Orchestra Symphonic of Chile, Symphonic of Mar del Plata, Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Philarmonic Orchestra Arena di Verona, Orchestra Festival Michelangeli, Chamber Orchestra of Chile.
Lucia studied violin with Humberto Carfi and she got her diploma at the Conservatory of Music in Verona, under the tutelage of Juan Carlos Rybin. In 2009 she was selected by Salvatore Accardo to study at the Stauffer Accademy in Cremona and at the Chigiana Accademy in Siena until. In 2009 she studied also with Felice Cusano at the Fiesole School of Music in Florence.
During the years 2011/12 she studied in Berlin with Christophe Horak and Simone Bernardini (Berliner Philarmoniker). She attended masterclasses with Sergej Krylov, Ana Chumachenco, Zakhar Bron, Nora Chastain, Sonya Korkeala, Roby Lakatos, Bernard Fork, Richard Young.
Very active chamber musician and she recorded a CD with pianist Mauro Bertoli. Since 2013 she is the Concertmaster for the Cordoba Symphonic Orchestra, and she is violin Professor at the Uader University in Entre Rios.
Lucía Luque plays an Enrico Marchetti violin (Italy, Torino 1920).