Lucia Froihofer was born in Graz/Austria and studied violin and pedagogics at the University of Music and Dramatic Art in Graz. After her studies she specialized in playing on period instruments at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Leipzig with Susanne Scholz, with Sigiswald Kuijken in Brussels and with Enrico Gatti in Italy.
She teaches baroque violin at the University for Music and Dramatic Art and violin and chamber music at the Conservatory of Graz, where she also leads the chamber orchestra of this school.
She plays regularly in several chamber music groups such as Armonico Tributo Austria, barocco locco Amsterdam or chordae freybergensis, formed her own ensembles (tre paesi, La Gioconda, Neue Hofkapelle Graz…) and is also frequently asked to play in different baroque orchestras, often as concertmaster.
Concerts at several (Early Music) Festivals (styriarte, Bachfest Leipzig, Ruhr Triennale, Salzburger Festspiele ecc.)
CD productions in Germany, Austria, Italy, Netherlands.
Finalist of the Telemann-violin competition in Magdeburg 2005, special prize at the Schmelzer-Competition in Melk 2008.