Luciana Schulle (b. April 10, 1979 – São Paulo, Brazil) is a composer, pianist, and mezzo-soprano.
She has received her Bachelor of Arts in Church Music/Piano/Voice Performance from Anderson University, and her Master of Music in Composition from Butler University.
When it comes to composing, performing and listening to music, Luciana is very eclectic, and open to experience music outside the norm.
She grew up playing classical music, embedded with Brazilian and American influences. She is a devoted Beatles fan, and also loves Opera and Black Gospel.
Her favorite composers are: Palestrina, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Verdi, John Adams, George Crumb, John Williams, Frank Felice, Michael Schelle, and Villa-Lobos.
She is currently serving as a Music Director at Church At The Crossing in Indianapolis, Indiana, where she gets to lead the rhythm section, orchestra, vocalists and the choir, as well as sing and play the piano on weekend services. She has recently taught composition at Anderson University, as well as piano and voice at Meridian Music.
Luciana is married to Anderson and they have a beautiful maltese dog, Starkey.
She lives and breathes music. In her own words, “Music is the unstoppable force inside of me, that permeates my whole being and causes me to be alive and inspire people. I cannot think of doing anything else that could be more fulfilling in my life.”