Biography

Gergely Lukács born on 21st of May, 1995, in Keszthely, Hungary.He started his music educations with AttilaJohann at the Ferenc Erkel Music School in Zalaszentgrót, and continued with Gábor Adamik at the Béla Bartók Music Conservatory in Budapest. From 2015 he became a student of László Szabó in the Franz Liszt Music Academy Budapest. On the international scene he took part on several courses, held by Oystein Baadsvik, Sergio Carolino, Andreas Hofmeier, Dirk Hirte, Roland Szentpali, and Daniel Perantoni. 

Gergely was always an enthusiastic participant of competitions. He won first prize on the National Tuba Competition in Hungary in 2012, and won the International Brass Competition Brno in the Czech Republic two times in 2013, and 2015. He also won the ITEC International Tuba Competition in Bloomington, USA in 2014, and won first prize on the International Woodwind and Brass Comptition Varazdin in Croatia in 2015, and 2016. He also won the International Brass and Percussion Competition Jeju in South Corea in 2016. He got third prize on the IX. Michal Spisak International Music Competition in 2016. He won second prize on the Leos Janacek Competition in Brno, Czech Republic in 2016, and he got third prize on the International Markneukirchen Competition in 2016. He got in the final round of the famous hungarian TV show, the Virtuosos. In 2015 he won a scolarship from the Bank of China. And Gergely is the first tuba player, who can own the hungarian Junior Prima Award from 2017. In 2019 he got 2nd prize on the International Tuba Competition in Tour, France and he won second prize on the ITEC International Tuba Competition in Iowa City, USA.

He had several solo performances. He played his first full evening solo concert with a chamber orchestra in 2014. He had a solo performance int he hungarian Palace of Arts with the Bartók Béla Wind Band. He got the opportunity to play with almost all of the famous hungarian orchestras. He also has colorful orchestal experiences. Just for mention some: He played with the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, in the Heavy Brass Guys Tuba Quartet, and in the European Brass Ensemble