LAGIER Luc, 33, born in Paris
Multi-instrumentalist, I made compose since I was little.
At home, everyone used to play music, so I naturally grew up immersed in sounds of
Violin, Harp, Piano, Flute, Trumpet and Guitar.
I also used to hear and listen symphonies as well as ethnic music or the international variety.
I joined the Nancy Conservatory at the age of 6 years and I received my musical education.
I studied first trumpet with Jacques BOYER then DinoTOMBA.
I got a trumpet 2nd prize and a 1st prize medal theory unanimously.
I went through the opera singing classes with Arcadi Volodos and Jazz with François Vion.
Finally, I headed toward the thing what drove and enriched me the most : composition and harmony.
I joined the composition class of Pierre Thilloy
and musical harmony class and orchestration Jocelyn Sgard
and get out with 1er prize.
I worked on several short and medium BO films:
fiction, documentary TV, corporate videos, music illustration for Theater, animated TV series.
Among these, "The Adventure of the Piette Collection"
TV documentary for France 5 has won several awards in Festivals,
including the award for best music Tac Film Festival (USA) in 2011.
Also the animated TV series Reunion "Margooyaz" (broadcast by Antenne Réunion)
for which I composed the music for the first season and soon the second.
I also evolving on stage;
I composed an opera for children in 3 acts "Grain of Sand and Water Drop"
libretto by Charles Antoine.
I conducted the orchestra in June.
I am part of the french band "La Casa Bancale" (Punchy Songs) for 15 years with whom I have done over 500 concerts and traveled from
Yemen ot Finland via Poland and Germany and released 4 discs.
I have also participated in many other groups in different styles (Jazz, Salsa, Reggae, Chanson, Ska, Funk, Soul, ...)
and recorded over 30 discs (http://www.luclagier.com/bio/).
Since October 2015, I go on stage with the talented french singer Laurent Lamarca.
I'm gonna soon present my first solo project named GOOD LUC
My songs on my music, all in French ...
See you soon !