Augusta McKay Lodge, “the real thing, a true virtuoso” and “an exceptional violinist” (Seen and Heard International), enjoys a flourishing career as an international prize-winning baroque and modern violinist based in New York and Paris. She has had solo appearances in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully, Kennedy Center, Concertgebouw, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Kosciuszko Foundation, the French Consulate in NYC, and more, and performed concertos with Juilliard415 and Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra. Recently, she gave a solo performance of Handel’s Violin Sonatas alongside William Christie. As a creative director, McKay Lodge founded her own ensemble Voyage Sonique.
“[With a] wide-ranging emotional expression… she offers some imaginative accounts, demonstrating much technical assurance, a varied expressive palette and due appreciation of national idioms…All played with substantial accuracy and musical perception, and commendable style.”
- The Strad Magazine
Augusta will be joining the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra in the Spring of 2020 to perform Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Concerto.
While working on her Italian Violin Sonatas album, Augusta has also been working on a new release with her sister Georgina McKay Lodge entitled Music of 18th Century Berlin - Graun, Janitsch, and Benda, which will be coming soon.
"Augusta McKay Lodge, stands out as the real thing, a true virtuoso"
- Seen & Heard International
Les Indes Galantes, Jean-Philippe Rameau
MULTIPLE PERFORMANCES presented at Opera Bastille from September 26 - October 15
Orchestre Cappella Mediterranea
Leonardo Garcia Alarcon, direction
Choeur de chambre de Namur
"Her performance was outstanding: animated, well-ornamented, radiantly in tune"
“Lodge’s special skill, in addition to her intonational and tonal felicities, is ... an inexpressible sense of pace and pause that focuses the listener’s attention on each piece’s most poignant moments.”
- Early Music America