Sundance 2020 Composer Spotlight: Lucas Lechowski

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Film: Benevolent Ba

Lucas Lechowski started his musical career as a classical violinist at the age of four, eventually graduating from the Conservatory of Music in Katowice, Poland, with two MAs in Jazz Violin and Jazz Guitar Performance, and a BA in Classical Violin Performance.

Lechowski toured with symphony orchestras and various ensembles, playing a wide range of musical styles.

Lechowski has scored over 70 projects, including features, documentaries, shorts (which garnered three Student Academy Award nominations and one win). Several award-winning VR experiences and TV projects, including a two-hour NBC special hosted by Tom Brokaw commemorating the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s death.

He released several solo albums of original music, and his music is featured in several compilations, including the classical series Millennial Masters.

Lucas lives in Los Angeles exploring waves, vibrations that typically propagates as an audible wave of pressure, and in the ocean, usually on a surfboard.

Facebook: @Lucas-Lechowski-Music

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