Lucas Georgas was born in 1973 in Stuttgart, Germany.
He took piano classes with Claudio-Prorini-D’Agata from 1980 to 1986 and subsequently studied in the Piano Class of Dora Bakopoulos at Athenaeum Conservatory, where he obtained his Piano Diploma with the grade ‘’Excellent, First Price and Golden Medal’’. He received a two-year scholarship from the A.G. Laventis Foundation and continued his studies in France where he studied from 1993 until 1996 in the Piano Class of Dominique Geoffroy at the Conservatoire National de Région de PARIS as well as in the Orchestration Class of Patrice Sciortino at Schola Cantorum in Paris – where he graduated with First Prize. Also, he was nominated with the First Prize studying in the class Formation Musicale Supérieure of Christophe Roger at the Conservatoire Edgar Varese from 1995 to 1997 and in the Piano Class of Bernard Ringeissen at the Conservatoire National de Region de Rueil from 1996 to 1998.
He has participated in piano seminars with Lev Vlassenko at the Conservatory Athenaeum, with Eugène Injic at Schola Cantorum in Paris as well as in orchestration seminars with Claire Fisher at Conservatoire Nadia Boulanger in Paris.
He has given piano recitals in Athens, Paris, Stuttgart, Heraklion, Kalamata and other cities. He has worked as at the Conservatory Athenaeum and he has collaborated with Alice Kayaloglou performing in Greece and abroad.
Moreover, one of his transcriptions for two pianos of the Overture ‘’Romeo and Juliet’’ by Tchaikovsky has been presented in the Concert Hall ‘’Parnassos’’, while his orchestrations for children’s songs were played by the Orchestra of Colours at the Megaron Athens Concert Hall.
Since January 2004, he works at the Municipal Conservatory of Kalamata as a piano teacher and orchestrator assistant for the Youth Symphonic Orchestra of the conservatory.
Last updated on 25.07.2021