Lovre Lučić



Lovre Lučić, born in New York in 1991, began his musical education at the age of 8 in the class of Prof. Božidar Luketa and graduated with Prof. Marita Nera at the Music School Blagoje Bersa in Zadar. In 2010 he started studying at the Music Academy in Zagreb. There he first studied with Milko Pravdić, before he was admitted to the class of Davorin Brozić. 

During his studies, he had participated in competitions as a soloist and chamber musician. In 2013, he participated in the "Slavuj project" by Igor Stravinsky, for which he received the Rector's Award. One year later he received the third price at the international competition "Davor Jenko". In 2013, Lovre together with Ema Abadžieva took part in the 53rd Musikforum “Opatija”. As part of the “Stanko Horvat” project, the two musicians performed the piece “Malinconia” for english horn and bass clarinet.  

In 2015, he participated in the audition for bass clarinet in the HRT Symphony Orchestra. He has worked with the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra, the Cantus Ensemble, the Zagreb Music Biennale, the Croatian National Theater Orchestra in Zagreb, the Zagreb Chamber Music Orchestra, the Croatian Chamber Music Orchestra and the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra. He attended masterclasses with outstanding clarinettists such as Mate Bekavac, Jože Kotar, Radovan Cavallin, Ante Grgin, Zeljko Milic, Davor Reba and Chen Halevi. Furthermore he worked with the important Croatian composer Peter Bergamo. Since 2007 he is a member of the Zadar clarinet quartet.