Luka Ispir is artist in residence at the Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth under the supervision of Augustin Dumay. At the same time, he is perfecting his skills in Silvia Marcovici’s class at the Académie Perosi, as well as completing a Master’s degree in Renaud Capuçon’s class in Lausanne.
Luka Ispir begins his studies of violin at the CRR of Rouen. Aged 14, he left his hometown to go to Paris where he obtained his CNSMDP prize from Olivier Charlier. After being part of the Jarousky Academy, the Kronberg Academy and the Villecroze Academy, Luka Ispir perfected his musical studies at the Hanns Eisler school in Berlin in the class of Stephan Picard.
A sought-after chamber musician, he participated in the formation of the Philia Trio with which he performed at many festivals in France and abroad.
Luka is also regularly invited as a soloist, and has performed with the Normandy Orchestra, the Appassionato Orchestra, the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, the orchestre de la Nouvelle Europe, the Concert d’Anvers, or the orchestra of the Academy of La Scala in Milan during of the Vittorio Veneto international competition where he won the 2nd prize as well as two special prizes.
He has also been invited to the Auvers sur Oise Festival, the Salle Cortot Chamber Music Center in Paris, the Pablo Casals Festival, the Menuhin Festival, the Ravel Festival, the Rencontres Musicales d’Evian, the Opus Amadeus Festival, the Giverny Festival or at the Hague Festival.
Luka Ispir plays a violin by luthier Pressenda generously loaned by the collection of Michael Guttman.