Luca Sestak is a young pianist, composer and producer from Germany who has taken the international music scene by storm with his virtuosic performances and distinctive sound.

Born in 1995, Luca started taking classical piano lessons at the age of nine. By the age of eleven, he discovered jazz music and was already beginning to compose his first own music.

Shortly after, Luca started uploading his piano performances on YouTube - his videos have since amassed over 30 million views. He began performing publicly at the age of 15, playing in small venues and local events. Developing a unique style, which blended elements of Jazz, Blues, Funk, & Boogie Woogie with classical and pop music made him stand out as a musician and soon he was performing in larger venues and at festivals across the world.

Luca's music is characterized by his virtuosic playing paired with his ability to humorously blend traditional piano genres like jazz, classical and blues with contemporary elements and modern beats. His compositions and arrangements are a fusion of different genres and his improvisational skills are second to none.

Alongside worldwide performances, Luca can look back on some impressive achievements like performing for the federal president of Germany, the president of Ireland, a 3-week China Tour in 2018, numerous TV and radio appearances. Since 2018 Luca is an officially endorsed by one of the world’s leading piano manufacturers, KAWAI Pianos. One year later Sony Music signed him to produce his album Right or Wrong.

With his new album Lighter Notes Luca cleverly shows how Chopin becomes funky, Bach would play in a jazz club while making the piano sound like you never thought it could - even by preparing the instrument with tape or felt for his original compositions.

Luca and his trio know how to captivate their audience: With youthful joy of playing and much charm they move between jazz, classical, pop, blues & funk and connects the genres humorously, without taking themselves too seriously.

On a journey from fiery virtuosity, which not infrequently pushes the piano mechanics to their limit, to soulful minimalism, where every chord gets under your skin, goosebumps are guaranteed.