Singer and composer Luc Kleiner continues to shape a pluralistic musical identity in Los Angeles, where he performs frequently with such distinctive musical organizations as the Los Angeles Master Chorale and LA Philharmonic. Luc’s musicianship was fostered from an early age by his mother, a notable early childhood music educator and globally-renowned teacher trainer. After a transcendent experience performing at Tanglewood’s Young Artist program, and many influential summers working at Idyllwild Arts Festivals, Luc further pursued the voice, studying with Tim MacDougall at Cal State Long Beach. There his focuses ranged from German Lieder to progressive folk-punk, to the inspired songs of Charles Ives. In 2017, Luc earned a Master’s degree in Performance and Composition from California Institute of the Arts, where he studied composition and intonation with Wolfgang von Schweinitz. Luc currently maintains private voice studios and adjunct-faculty membership at several community colleges, meanwhile excavating treasuries of new and original experimental music interleaving aesthetics of Pop, Concert, Virtuality, and Philosophy. Luc has worked as a solo vocalist, pianist, arranger, recording artist, songwriter, and producer, and he humbly joined the Master Chorale in 2014.