Dvořák Lukáš


Lukáš Dvořák graduated from the Prague Conservatoire in the organ course led by Jan Kalfus. He is currently continuing his studies of organ play at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague in the class of Pavel Černý and at the same time started studying conducting at the Prague Conservatoire. In 2020 he was accepted to the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen within exchange study program. During the last year he was an external student of Erwin Wiersinga and Sietze de Vries at the Groningen Prince Claus Conservatoire in the Netherlands. He also regularly improves his education at masterclasses abroad (USA, Sweden, Spain, Netherlands, France, Germany) headed by Kent Tritle, Nathan Laube, Bine Bryndorf, Michel Bouvard, Wolfgang Zerer or Pier Damiano Peretti.
In 2019, he has accompanied national pilgrimage to St. Agnes in Rome and the Vatican together with the orchestra of the Band of the Castle Guards and the Police of the Czech Republic and thousands of pilgrims. After his successful performance in New York he also started to collaborate with Joseph Alessi, trombonist of the New York Philharmonic. In the summer 2023 they performed a recital at the International Trombone Festival in Salt Lake City together. At the age of 18 he has working as the II. organist at the Royal Collegiate Chapter at Prague’s Vyšehrad and at the same time at St. Nicholas Church in Humpolec.