A multifaceted musician performing a wide array of repertoire, Luca Mariani specializes in interpretationsof both classical and contemporary music. He is currentlyPrincipal Oboist of theOrchestre National d’Île de France,under its Principal ConductorCase Scaglione, and member ofthe Lemanic Modern Ensemble.Heis regularly invited by theEuropean’s leading orchestrassuch asBavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra,French National Orchestra, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra,Orchestre de la Suisse Romande…He has performedall over the world on major stages, amongst them,Wigmore Hall, the Concertgebouw,the Berlin Philharmonie,theSalle Pleyel, the Auditorio Nacional of Madrid, the Salzburg Mozarteum,the Carnegie Hall and the MariinskyTheatre.Luca Mariani studied at theLyon Conservatory (CNSMDL)with Jean-Louis Capezzali and JéromeGuichard and graduated with Master’s degree from theParis Conservatory (CNSMDP).Between the year of 2007and 2009 he was a member of theKarajan-Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic where he had the opportunity toplay with some of the most accomplished conductors like Sir Simon Rattle, Claudio Abbado, Daniel Barenboim, SeijiOzawa, Zubin Mehtaand Pierre Boulez.

During this time, Luca Mariani was also principal oboist of the World YouthOrchestra.In 2008, Lucawas invited by the Moritzburg Festival toperformed the world premiere ofFlow,composedby the swiss composer William Blank.There started hisintense interest in contemporary repertory, musical creationand pluridisciplanary arts.With the Lemanic Modern Ensemble, he has worked alongsidesuch composers as MickaelJarell, Hanspeter Kyburz, Bruno Mantovani, Luis Naon, Ivan Fedele, Stefano Gervasoni, David Hudry, and TristanMurail.As a soloist Luca has performed with the Orchestre des Pays de Savoie, the Orchestrede Besançon and ofcourse, the Lemanic Modern Ensemble. He recorded a CD with Bach works with the Orchestra Academy of the BerlinPhilharmonic under the direction of the conductor Reinhard Goebel.