Viola da gamba

Lucine Musaelian

Lucine Musaelian
Lucine Musaelian

Lucine Musaelian is an Armenian-American viola da gamba player and singer. In 2020, Lucine received her Bachelor of Music degree with honors from Yale University. The Yale music department awarded her the Terry E. and Irene A. Sharp Prize in 2019 and the Wrexham Prize in 2020. At Yale, Lucine was a member of the Opera Theatre Company of Yale, an undergraduate-led opera company, where she provided musical direction for John Blow’’s Venus and Adonis in 2019 and Jean-Philippe Rameau’’s Pigmalion in 2020. She was also a member of the Schola Cantorum at Yale, where she sang for two years as a soprano and played the tenor viol in their recording of Heinrich Schütz’’s Weihnachtshistorie. In addition, Lucine served as a teaching assistant to Grant Herried, the professor who directed the Yale Baroque Opera Project and the Yale Collegium musicum. From 2017-2020, Lucine was a member of the Smithsonian Consort of Viols in Washington D.C. as a soprano. Lucine is currently pursuing her master’’s degree in historical performance, studying viola da gamba with Paolo Pandolfo and voice with Rosa Dominguez.

Lucine Musaelian's appearances during the Prangins Baroque Festival include:
De l’autre côté du Miroir (2021)
le Miroir des Cœurs (2021)
Une Fête Baroque (2021)

This summary was written during her/his last engagement with Prangins Baroque and certainly no longer reflects her/his current career. For current information on her/his career, please see these official pages:

  • Municipality of Prangins
  • la Mobilière
  • Château de Prangins - Swiss National Museum
  • Denogent
  • Fondation Goblet