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Luca Imperiale

West Sussex Music
Horsham Music Centre
Leechpool Primary School
Millais School
St. Marys C.E. Primary School; Horsham
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Education & training

Royal College of music – Currently studying BMus in Historical Performance (2022-2026):

  • Recorder under Prof. Ashley Solomon, Maria Martinez Ayerza, Tabea Debus, and Sarah Jeffery
  • Classical Clarinet under Director Colin Lawson, and Dr Ingrid Pearson

A Level Music: A* – (The College of Richard Collyer, 2020-2022)


Skills & experience

Luca has been a part of the West Sussex Music family since 2012: starting with the clarinet at age 8 in the Horsham Concert Band ensembles, he eventually moved on to the West Sussex Youth Orchestra and Wind Orchestra. In the spring of 2022, Luca begin helping in the new Tomorrow’s Orchestra Programme sessions, aiming to “take students on a journey from absolute beginner to orchestral musician within a few months,” and was later contracted as a Music Centre Assistant at the start of the next academic year. He now helps coach the various ensembles at the Horsham Music Centre on Saturdays as well as teaching in the Horsham area.

As a soloist and chamber musician, Luca has performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on clarinet as a guest for the Rikkyo School’s 50th anniversary celebrations and given local recitals including a programme of 18th century French baroque chamber music as a part of the Horsham Music Circle’s 82nd session following on from performances given by Jess Gillam and Sheku Kanneh-Mason. Luca has performed with the Horsham Symphony Orchestra on multiple occasions and regularly performs in concerts at the Royal College of Music, London, where he is now studying.

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