Lukas Hasler

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Born (1996-03-15) March 15, 1996 (age 27)
EducationBachelor of Arts in Organ Music
Alma materAdmont Abbey High School,University of music and performing arts im gaz
OccupationConcert organist,Composer,Choir director

Lukas Manuel Hasler (born March 15, 1996 in Rottenmann[1]), is an Austrian concert organist, composer, choir director and arranger of organ transcriptions.

Hasler currently lives in Graz.[2]


He started off as a piano student, but later developed an interest in the organ. By the age of 14, Hasler was the organist in two parishes and he also lead choir.

Hasler received a broad musical education at Admont Abbey High School. At the age 16, he continued his musical education in organ preparation at the Bachelor of Arts in Organ Music and University of music and performing arts im gaz After graduating from high school, Hasler enrolled as a full-time organ student and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Organ Music in 2019.[3]

During his time at university, he also participated in several master classes with Jean Guillou, Ton Koopman, Ludger Lohmann and Skip Sempé.[2]


Hasler performs thirty to forty concerts a year and also directs the "PaltenKlang-Choir" in his home town. He is also the representative organist in the second cathedral in Lyon and has over 35,000 followers on social media and the YouTube channel.[3]

In 2019 Hasler won the "Grand Prix" at the International Organ Competition in Malta.[4]

In the summer of 2019 Hasler released his first solo CD "A Portrait" which features his own improvisations and organ works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Franz Liszt and Marcel Dupré. In May 2020 he released his new single “From Austria with Love.”[2]


Lukas Hasler is in international demand.[5][6] During the span of his music career he has performed at several festivals. Some notable ones include the opening of the Salzburg Festival, the Tyrolean Festival in Erl, the Organ Summer at the St. Florian Bruckner Organ, the International Organ Festival in Düsseldorf and the Russian Music Festival of the Volgograd Philharmonic.[2] He has also performed international concerts in cathedrals and concert halls touring Germany[7][8][9][10], France, Italy, Great Britain, Russia[11] and the United States[12][13][14][15].


  • 2012: Winner of the „Prima la Musica“-Prize in Graz (Styria)
  • 2012: Federal victory „Prima la Musica“ in Fohnsdorf
  • 2013: Winner of the Styrian Culture Prize[16]
  • 2014: Winner of the „Prima la Musica“-Prize in Graz (Styria)
  • 2014: Federal victory „Prima la Musica“ in Wien
  • 2014: Winner of the „Bärenreiter“-Prize
  • 2015: Finalist of the composing competition „Jugend komponiert“
  • 2019: Winner of the „Grand Prix“ at The Malta International Organ Festival[17]
  • 2020: Elected "Newcomer of the Year" from the daily newspaper Kleine Zeitung[18]


  • CD participation „Thesaurus Eius“ – Les Choeurs de Saint-Georges Lyon (2017)[19]
  • Frist Solo-CD „A Portrait“ (2019)[20][21]
  • Release of the single „From Austria with Love“ (2020)[22]


  • Chancen, Risiken und Ziele des Online-Fundraising am Beispiel von AIMS: Amerikanische Musiker auf der Reise nach Europa. AV Akademikerverlag, ISBN 978-620-2-20644-0.[23]



  1. "Intrada - Österreichs Musizierende im Porträt | FR | 22 05 2020 | 10:05".
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 "Biography".
  3. 3.0 3.1
  4. "Organ, organ/voice competitions at Xewkija church". Times of Malta. Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  5. "EPISODE #49MUSIC FROM THE TOWER: GUEST IS LUKAS HASLER | OC Catholic". Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  6. "concerti Klassik-Daily mit Holger Wemhoff – Folge 14 mit Lukas Hasler". 2020-03-31. Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  7. "Internationales Düsseldorfer Orgelfestival :: Detail". Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  8. "Orgelkonzert mit Lukas Hasler". Blick aktuell (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  9. "Jungtalent zu Gast". Wochenanzeiger München (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  10. ""Orgelsommer 2019" geht in die zweite Halbzeit - Kirchenmusik - Propsteigemeinde St. Johannes Baptist Dortmund". Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  11. Lukas Hasler (Organist) on Facebook Watch, retrieved 2020-09-08
  12. Staff, WRSP (2019-01-31). "Organ concert in Springfield". WRSP. Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  13. Bonner, Beatrice. "Community Voices: Organist Lukas Hasler Comes to Springfield". Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  14. "Lukas Hasler". Saint Michael Parish. Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  15. "Wednesday Organ Recitals at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels". Retrieved 2020-09-08.
  17. "Organ, organ/voice competitions at Xewkija church". Times of Malta.
  19. "Chorale Saint Georges".
  20. "A Portrait".
  22. "From Austria with Love (Radetzkymarch) - Lukas Hasler, Johann Strauss II | Listen now!". SPREAD.
  23. "Chancen, Risiken und Ziele des Online-Fundraising am Beispiel von AIMS / 978-620-2-20644-0 / 9786202206440 / 6202206446".

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