The exceptional young artist has been a guest with major orchestras such as the Philharmonia Orchestra, Tonhalle Zurich, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Kammerakademie Potsdam, Orchestre National de France on the Eiffel Tower for the Bastille Day celebrations, Les Siècles, Les Violons du Roy, Beethoven Orchestra Bonn, BBC Concert Orchestra and the London Chamber Orchestra. She has performed under conductors such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Paavo Järvi, Barbara Hannigan, François-Xavier Roth, Tugan Sokhiev and has also appeared at major festivals such as the Snape Proms, the Rheingau Music Festival, the Festival de Pâques in Aix en Provence and the Gstaad Menuhin Festival, where she holds a five-year residency as Menuhin’s Heritage Artist.
Lucienne Renaudin Vary is also in demand as a jazz artist and founded her own quartet.

The western Frenchwoman first studied classical trumpet in Le Mans and in 2014 was accepted into the classical and jazz classes at the prestigious Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris, as its first and youngest student, and distinguished herself in both genres from the start.

She is a welcome guest on European TV shows such as Rolando Villazón’s Stars of Tomorrow (Arte/ZDF), Christmas with the German President on ZDF, Le Grand Echiquier for France Télévisions, or the Dutch TV program NTR’s Podium Witteman.
In 2019, Lucienne Renaudin Vary was the first woman to be awarded the Swiss Arthur Waser Prize for the promotion of highly talented young soloists.