In 2003, Lukasz graduated from Nowowiejski Music High School in Gdansk, where he studied piano with Bozena Szurek and later under Professor Jan Kulesza at the Academy of Music in Gdansk. He moved to London in 2005, after winning a scholarship, and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Caroline Palmer.
In 2012, he completed the Chamber Music Postgraduate Guildhall Artist Masters Programme studying with Paul Roberts and Charles Owen. Łukasz has received many prizes in Poland: In 1997 he won the Regional Piano Competition in Gdansk, received the special prize in the 10th National Piano Competition in Konin in 2000 and in 2003 won 2nd prize in the Polish Chamber Music Competition in Gdansk and 3rd prize in the National Chamber Music Competition in Wroclaw.
In recent years, he has won many prizes and scholarships including the Sydney Perry Award from the Philharmonia Orchestra and Martin Musical Scholarship Funds in London, Bronze Medal at the International Marlow Music Festival Concerto Competition and, together with the Filipczak Piano Trio, he won the Ivan Sutton Chamber Music Award.
As a soloist and chamber musician he has given concerts in England, Poland and several other countries performing at some the world’s most iconic music venues including Berliner Philharmoniker, the Royal Festival Hall and Warsaw Philharmonic Hall. In June 2012, he performed Concerto in F minor (Chopin) with the Hanseatica Orchestra at the Polish Radio Concert Hall in Warsaw.
Earlier this year, he was the soloist with the Polish National Philharmonie Orchestra and Choir in Warsaw on the premiere archive recording of Symphonic Poem, composed in 1985, by A.Kurylewicz.