CNSM Paris, CRR Paris, soliste Orchestre de Paris
At the age of 17, Vincent Lucas was the first Frenchman awarded the Prague International Radio Competition (Concetino Praga). When he was 14 years old, he was amongst the youngest flutists to enter, with first nomination, the Paris Conservatoire (CNSMDP). After having spent five years at the Toulouse Capitol Orchestra, he joined for six years, one of the most prestigious orchestras in the world, the Berlin Philharmonic. Since 1994, he is first flute soloist at the “Orchestre de Paris”. Beyond his career mainly based on being an orchestral musician, his teaching activities include many masterclasses in France and abroad. He has been professor at the Paris Conservatoire (CNSMDP) since 1995 and was nominated main professor at the Region of Paris National Conservatoire (CNR) in 1999. Acknowledged by his pairs, he is very much appreciated for his chamber-music activities with many prestigious musicians such as Christoph Eschenbach, Marie-Pierre Langlamet, Christian Ivaldi, Eric Le Sage, Paul Meyer Michel Beroff, Brigitte Engerer, Xavier Philipps, Svtelin Roussev, Radek Baborák...). Vincent Lucas is part of the Paris Wind Trio ( Trio à vent de Paris). With Indésens Records, he has recorded: Dutilleux Sonatine, French Music, Poulenc, Saint Saëns, Enesco.