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Lucas Spagnolo

Lucas Spagnolo (2001) started playing the flute at the age of 7, in 2009 he entered in the conservatory „Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali Luigi Boccherini“ in Lucca, and in 2020 he was graduated for the Bachelor’s Degree with the best marks “cum laude” and honours under the teaching of prof. Filippo Rogai. At the same time he studied in Florence with prof. Michele Marasco from 2016 to 2018, in 2018 he entered the class of prof. Andrea Lieberknecht as “jungstudent” in the “Hochschule für Musik und Theater München“ and from October 2020 he started his Master with her. Lucas is winner of numerous national and international competitions such as: 1st prize in the „Riviera della Versilia“ competition; 1st prize in the „Giuseppe Peloso“ flute competition; 1st prize in the “Premio Crescendo” competition Cat. A; 1st prize in the “Premio Crescendo” competition Cat. B; 1st prize in the “International Flute Competition Severino Gazzelloni” Cat. A with special prizes “Glauco Cambursano Award”, “Angelo Persichilli Award”, “Severino Gazzelloni Award”; 1st prize across all categories in the “Riviera Etrusca” Competition, 1st prize across all categories “6. Lions Competition Grosseto”, 4th prize in the “Cluj International Flute Competition”.
Lucas started his orchestral experience with the Italian Youth Orchestra (OGI) in summer projects 2019. Despite his young age Lucas worked as principal flute with orchestras such as SWR Symphonieorchester (including in Salzburger Festpiele) Württembergisches Kammerorchester Heilbronn.
Lucas in March 2021 won the academy position in the Royal Stockholm Philarmonic Orchestra. In April 2021 with the age of 19, Lucas won the position as principal flute of the Beethoven Orchester Bonn (were he started his trial year in December)