Musician Nicholas Luck introduces his single ‘Decades,’ in a wide ranging short conversation that covers Cole Porter, classical music education, online record sales, Uncle Bill Priddle of Treble Charger fame, and much more.
Sault musician Nicholas Luck is an emerging composer and performer. Nicholas began a venture into music in his teens, learning the music of The Beatles, Debussy, Satie, and Billy Joel on the piano. This passion for music led to keyboard instruction from Glenn Flood, as well as performing with local bands and ensembles. In university, Nicholas majored in classical piano performance under the mentorship of Dr. Edward Turgeon (Duo Turgeon), improvisation with Brian Katz (guitarist, pianist, improvisor, composer), and composition with Brian Current (director of new music at the Glenn Gould School).
Some of Nicholas’ past materials include the OST to the experimental sci-fi musical drama Xandra, the neo-jazz-age single Decades, part one of his ballet Venus and Adonis, and various beta releases on his SoundCloud platform.