Luke Carbon – Clarinet

Luke Carbon – Photo: Daniele Martinie

Luke Carbon is a woodwind multi-instrumentalist and educator based in Melbourne. An orchestral musician, chamber player, and fluent improviser, he attended the Australian National Academy of Music on clarinet during 2015-2016 and was awarded a Master of Music Research, the Musica Viva Chamber Music Prize, and a programming award for his exploration of third stream music, including compositions by Gunther Schuller and William Russo. Luke has appeared with the Melbourne and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras on clarinets and saxophones, Orchestra Victoria, ELISION, Ensemble Offspring, Rubiks Collective, has attended the Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival. He is co-founder of the woodwind/percussion ensemble Enyato Duo with Thea Rossen, which has commissioned works by Paul Dean, Samantha Wolf, and Tim Hansen. He has played close to a dozen professional musical theatre productions, and is a current member of the Musica Viva in Schools group Water, Water Everywhere, which played to over 12,000 students in 2018.

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