"Luca Luciano is a noted Italian clarinettist and composer who now makes his home in London, having developed an enviable reputation as an instrumental virtuoso around the UK and overseas via recordings and concert hall appearances" (Musician Magazine)
Internationally recognised for his groundbreaking contributions to contemporary clarinet music, extremely appreciated by the International Clarinet association, "Luciano has established himself as the friendly face of contemporary clarinet" according to the Clarinet & Saxophone Society of Great Britain. His latest album "Partenope" is receiving praises in three continents (BBC Radio, Jazzradio.com, CRN Australia nationwide, in Brazil and South America, RTE national broadcaster of Ireland and radios around Europe) including a number of interviews for the press and on radio.
We are pleased to introduce Luca Luciano, clarinetist and composer, who is a "classically trained Italian virtuoso resident in London" ("Jazz UK"). He is also Professor of both jazz and classical Clarinet at the Leeds College of Music and is very much appreciated in the UK and overseas for his unique style ("Jazz Journal International" defined it as avant garde), and the quality of his compositions also quoted in books abo …
Luca Luciano is very much appreciated in the UK and overseas for his unique style and the quality of his compositions ("Masterful Clarinet" by Musician Magazine) and this latest project keeps faith to his uncompromised and sometimes controversial approach to jazz and the will to experiment and promote contemporary music.
Luciano strongly believes in the "internet revolution" and the chance it gives to independent artists. His latest recordings "Clarinet", i
We are pleased to intorduce "Clarinet", the latest album by the clarinetist/composer and Professor of Clarinet Luca Luciano "classically trained Italian virtuoso resident in London" ("Jazz UK").
Luca is very much appreciated in the UK and abroad for his unique style and the quality of his compositions and this latest project keeps faith to his uncompromised and sometimes controversial approach to jazz and the will to experiment.