Lukas Stollhof (born 1980) studied church music and instrumental education with a major in organ with Prof. Dr. Ludger Lohmann in Stuttgart.
A grant from the Rotary Foundation enabled him to study at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Prof. Jacques van Oortmerssen for one year, which he completed with the Bachelor of Music exam. He then completed the A-Exam Church Music (organ with Prof. Bernhard Haas) in Stuttgart, the additional course in choir conducting / oratorio / vocal ensemble (choir conducting with Prof. Dieter Kurz) and the soloist class organ with Prof. Bernhard Haas.
He was a scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation, winner of various organ competitions (including the ARD Music Competition 2011 in Munich and the Bach Competition 2008 in Leipzig) and the "Young Artists" cultural award of the city of Neuwied (2000). His diverse repertoire from early baroque to modern is used for organ concerts in Germany and abroad.
He is a sought-after companion for choirs and soloists. His musical versatility is shown not least in the composition and performance of his own works.