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Born in Salzburg, Lukas Hagen studied at the Mozarteum with Helmut Zehetmair, graduating in 1983 "with distinction". After his university studies he studied for a year with Gidon Kremer; other important teachers for his education were Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Walter Levin. An invitation to the Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival gave him the opportunity to play with artists such as Oleg Maisenberg, Heinrich Schiff, Andras Schiff and Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Lukas Hagen is the first violinist of the Hagen Quartet, with which he has been performing since 1981 in the most important and prestigious concert venues around the world. The Hagen Quartet has also won first prize in the prestigious international competitions in Portsmouth and Evian and has been recording exclusively for the Deutsche Grammophon label since 1985. Since 2010 he has been recording with Myriios classics.
Lukas Hagen has performed as a soloist at the Salzburg Mozart Week and at the prestigious Salzburg Festival.
He has given concerts in Italy, Germany, England and Japan. Lukas Hagen has been conductor of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe for 7 years and violinist of the Serapion Ensemble. Since 1999 he is professor at the Universität Mozarteum Salzburg and is frequently invited to be part of the jury of international competitions and to give numerous master classes.