About Lucas Gianini
Get to know Lucas Gianini
Lucas Gianini has performed with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, Greensboro Symphony, Lima Symphony, the Carolinas Wind Orchestra, and with ensembles across Ohio and North Carolina. He was a founding member of the Noise to Signal Ensemble, which premiered several works for Reed Quintet and Piano from 2016-2017. He has recently received performance invitations from conferences of the International Clarinet Association and the College Music Society, and was a winner of UNCG’s 2021 Student Artist Competition. Lucas performed at the 2020 Clarinet Maestro Festival and was invited to be the Bass Clarinet Fellow at the (subsequently-cancelled) 2020 Brevard Music Center. Lucas is currently a Doctoral TA and Minerva Scholar at UNC Greensboro, where he also earned his Bachelor’s degrees in Music Education and Performance. Lucas earned his Master of Music degree from Bowling Green State University. His primary teachers have included Kevin Schempf, Anthony Taylor, Kelly Burke, and Andy Hudson.