Vincent Lucas

Vincent Lucas is currently Flute principal of the Orchestre de Paris.

At the age of 17, he was the first French performer to win the Prague Radio Contest (Concertino Praga) – and at 14, he was one of the youngest to enter the Paris Conservatoire.

After five years with Toulouse’s Orchestre du Capitole, he joined the Berlin Philharmonic, remaining there for six years.

Vincent Lucas has a large teaching activity outside of his orchestral obligations, and has given master-classes in France, throughout Europe (England, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Serbia) and beyond (United States, Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan…). He is assistant flute professor at the Paris Conservatoire and a full professor at the Paris Regional Conservatoire.

He performs regularly as a chamber music musician with renowned musicians, including Christoph Eschenbach, Marie-Pierre Langlamet, Christian Ivaldi, Eric the Sage one, Paul Meyer, Michel Beroff, Brigitte Engerer, Xavier Philips, Svtelin Roussev, Wolfram Christ, Vincent Pasquier, and Baborák Radek…. In addition, he often substitutes as Flute Principal in leading French and foreign orchestras.

His recordings on the Indésens label include a performance of Dutilleux’s Sonatine on a CD dedicated to Dutilleux, and French Music(2008) and 2 CD dedicated to Saint-Saëns and Poulenc works for woodwinds in 2010. In 2011, a CD around roumanian composer Enesco. In 2012, Debussy.