studied at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, a leading research and teaching institution on the field of historically informed performance practice, where he received his Master of Arts degree in 2016.
He studied Lute and Theorbo under Hopkinson Smith and received additional teaching from various influential scholars and performers such as Crawford Young, Jesper Christensen or Anthony Rooley. Since 2011 Lukas Henning has been performing throughout central and northern Europe.
Simultaneously, Lukas is curating and producing me:mo, a series of video essays about music and art history. The aim is to present music in its cultural context, offering a glimpse into the lives behind it, past and present. The videos are directed both at listeners just discovering this music as well as connoisseurs, showcasing the most recent advancements in the understanding of our shared sounding heritage: www.musicamemo.com