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As a flutist he has performed throughout Europe and the Americas working closely with international musicians, dancers, poets and important composers of our time such as Helmut Lachenmann, Jörg Widmann, Rhian Samuel, Mario Ferraro, Klaus Huber, Isabel Mundry as well as many emerging young composers.

This has lead to performances at the the Resolution dance festival at the Place in London, Dance On All Floors Festival in Rotterdam, the Tanzfabrik in Berlin, Central Saint Martins of the University of Arts London,  at the Kings College London, Cheltenham Lunchtime concert series in UK, International Winter Festival of Campos do Jordão in Brazil, the Manhattan School of Music in New York City, the National Flute Association’s Convention in Washington D. C. and Orlando FL, the International Chamber Music Festival of Cali in Colombia, the ‘Surprise’ concert series of the Tonhalle Zurich, La Côte Flute Festival and "Zürich liest" Festival in Switzerland. He was a founding member of the Dialoge Company Berlin/Zurich working with them between 2008 - 2012. 

 

He also works as a freelance flutist performing with several orchestras in prestigious concert halls in UK, such as the Barbican, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elisabeth Hall and St. Johns Smith Square. He is member of “Music Unites” an initiative created by Pamela Stahel to explore music for flute ensemble. Regular collaborations include performances with guitarist Fabricio Mattos, poet Audrey Ardern-Jones (as part of the Poetry and Music Ensemble) as well as with theatre director Irene Ros, with whom he created “God Save the Tea”, cellist Elena Cappelletti, co-creator of "The Invisible Cities Project" and "Concerti in Giardino", and accordion Iñigo Mikeleiz-Berrade co-creator of "IN A SNAP Collective". Find out more about these projects HERE.

Lucas Jordan studied at the Zurich University of Arts, Switzerland with Matthias Ziegler, Philippe Racine (flute), Pamela Stahel (piccolo) and Isabel Mundry, Andreas Nick (composition) and the Royal Academy of Music, London with William Bennett, Emily Beynon, Samuel Coles (flute) and Patricia Morris (piccolo).

He is grateful to have been awarded generous scholarships from the LYRA Stiftung and Alfred und Isle Stammer-Mayer Stiftung (Switzerland) for his studies and masterclasses as well as funding from moment stiftung, Mazzini Garibaldi and Golsoncott Foundations to develop his projects.

Listen to some of his performances below. New and unique recordings are coming soon!

video:

Recorded at the Sala Brasil of the Brazilian Embassy in Trafalgar Square, London, UK

Live Recordings at the Royal Academy of Music in London, UK

audio:

Solo flute:

Sonata in A-minorCarl Philippe Emmanuel Bach
00:00 / 08:19

Live Recording from a performance at the Bach Festival at St. Mary-at-Hill in London, UK

Guainumbi IIgor Maia
00:00 / 04:42

Live Recording from a performance at Hands On: Flute at the University of Aveiro, Portugal

NoaNoaKaija Saariaho
00:00 / 08:29

Live Recording from a performance at the Zurich University of Arts, Switzerland

Live-Electronics performed by Gary Berger

chamber music:

Adagio from Quartet n. 2 in D-MajorW. A. Mozart
00:00 / 02:28
Allegro presto from Quartet n. 2 in D-MajorW. A. Mozart
00:00 / 04:16

Live Recording from a performance with the Alauda Quartet in Carpineto Romano, Italy

CendresKaija Saariaho
00:00 / 10:26

Live Recording from a performance of Guainumbi Ensemble at Kings College London, UK

with Elena Cappelletti, cello & Nafis Umerkulova, piano

Allegro from Sonata for violin and celloMaurice Ravel
00:00 / 05:05

Live Performance with Lucas F. Jordan, flute and Elena Cappelletti, cello

arranged for flute and cello by Lucas F. Jordan