Instructor
Joined in
2018

Lucas Gianini

Instructor

Teaches Bass Clarinet, Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone

My goal as a teacher is to provide for my students an environment in which they are able to grow towards their greatest potential as a healthy, inspired, and engaged musician.

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Teaches at:
Areas of Instruction

Bass Clarinet, Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone

Current Projects

Currently pursuing a DMA (Doctor of Musical Arts) degree in clarinet performance at UNCG

Education

B.M. in Music Education and Performance from UNC-Greensboro, M.M. in Music Performance from Bowling Green State University

Favorite Bands

Pink Floyd, System of a Down, Led Zeppelin, Muse, Elthon John, David Bowie, Foo Fighters, A wide variety of orchestras and classical chamber ensembles

Favorite Instruments

Clarinet (whole family), Woodwind instruments

Languages Spoken

Portuguese

Levels Taught

Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, All

Musical Interests

Classical Music, New Music, Contemporary Music

Performance Experience

Midwest US tours with Noise-to-Signal Ensemble, Carolinas Wind Orchestra section clarinetist

Specialties / Genres Taught

All styles of classical music

Teaching Experience

Woodwind methods instructor at Bowling Green State University, Clarinet instructor with Crestdale Middle School

About Lucas Gianini

North Carolina-based clarinetist Lucas Gianini has performed with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, the Greensboro Symphony, the Lima Symphony, the Carolinas Wind Orchestra, and with ensembles across Ohio and North Carolina. An advocate for contemporary music, Lucas was a founding member of the Noise to Signal Ensemble, which premiered many works for Reed Quintet and Piano from 2016-2017. He recently performed 'Flammes' by Janos Komives at the International Clarinet Association's 'ClarinetFest' in Knoxville, TN, and at the 41st College Music Society Southern Conference in Nashville, TN. Lucas earned his MM in Clarinet Performance from Bowling Green State University, and his BM in Music Performance and Instrumental Music Education from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Lucas recently returned to UNCG to pursue his DMA in Clarinet Performance, where he is a Teaching Assistant for the clarinet studio. His primary teachers have included Kevin Schempf, Anthony Taylor, Kelly Burke, and Andy Hudson.
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