Lucas Carey is a composer, music producer, performer, and clarinetist originally from the Midwest. He received his B.A. in Music Theory and Composition from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he studied with Stephen Dembski and Laura Schwendinger.

In 2012 he earned his M.M. in Music Theory and Composition with a concentration in Film Scoring from New York University and studied with Dinu Ghezzo, professor emeritus, during which time he also worked as an assistant to conductor and composer Jonathan Sheffer.

Lucas’s concert works have been performed across the United States and Europe, at venues such as Pick-Staiger Concert Hall (Northwestern University, Illinois), Manuel Castillo Outdoor Auditorium (Castillo Conservatory of Music; Seville, Spain) and the Ennio Morricone Auditorium (University of Rome Tor Vergata; Rome, Italy).

In the summer of 2013, Lucas and his frequent collaborator, poet Craig Cady, took their multimedia performance piece “The Cassfield ‘Get Yourself Together’ Tour” to some seventeen venues across the United States--from NYC to Seattle, Washington, and back. They are planning a European tour of a new show for the summer of 2017.

During the past year, Lucas has been busy with a diverse array of musical projects involving pop music production, commercial music production, TV pilot scoring, and independent film scoring. He also had an original song featured in Stephen Winter’s film “Jason and Shirley,” which had a theatrical run at the MoMA in October of 2015.

Please feel free to contact regarding work and collaborations.