Lukas Sieber, born 1989 in Mainz, has been studying since 2005 with Prof. Michael Sanderling at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, where he graduated in 2013 with distinction. In addition he participated in various masterclasses with Gary Hofmann, Laszlo Fenyö, Wen-Sinn Yang, Martin Ostertag, Gerhard Mantel and Wolfgang E. Schmidt. He is prizewinner of various competitions, winning 1st prizes at the International Chamber Music Competition "Salieri-Zinetti" (Italy), the "International Johannes-Brahms-Competition" (Austria), the "European Chamber Music Competition" (Germany) and the "International August-Everding Competition" in Munich.
As a soloist he performed with the "Philharmonie Südwestfalen", the philharmonic orchestra Jena, the philharmonic orchestra Gießen and multiple times with the chamber orchestra Mainz.
He held scholarships of the "Deutscher Musikrat", the Peter Pirazzi Foundation, the Juetting Foundation, the Peter-Fuld Foundation, the "Zukunftsinitiative Rheinland-Pfalz" and the Villa Musica.
As a keen chamber musician he performs all over the world at famous music festivals such as the "New York Chamber Music Festival", the "Rheingau Musik Festival", the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival, the Festival "Emilia Romagna" (Italy), the Festival "Trebonska Nocturna" (Czech Republic), the "Festival quartetto d'archi" (Italy) and in important music venues such as Hamburg (Laeiszhalle), Frankfurt (old opera), Vienna (Hofburg), Melbourne, Shanghai or Peking.