Bob Lukomski is a composer of electro/acoustic chamber music. Sometimes he also writes pop music.
Bob Lukomski received his B.S. in Recording Technology and Voice from the College of St. Rose, Albany, NY. He has pursued advanced study in moral philosophy and aesthetics at the University at Albany. Mr. Lukomski’s teachers include Mary Anne Nelson, Anne Turner, Margaret Scheppach, Jerry Gill and John Kekes. Since 1996 Mr. Lukomski has been working under the tutelage of composer Timothy Luby of Schenectady, NY.
His compositions include works for choir and organ, solo piano, and chamber ensembles, and has had work performed by the Jim Sande Ensemble and the choir of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Albany, NY. Recent works include Miniature Set performed in Lunel, France by the Ensemble Decadanse and Score for "Mouthful", performed with Clyde Forth Visual Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. Mr. Lukomski has been awarded grants by the New York State Council on the Arts, and the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Arts Council for the performance of To One In Paradise. In August 2004, Mr. Lukomski was a recipient of an Artward Bound residency by New York arts organization the Field.
Mr. Lukomski has been active as a songwriter and recording artist with such groups as the Clyde, Home, and the Port Industrial Quartet. He has also done production work for various bands and musicians, including sound design work for Clyde Forth Visual Theatre and playwright Honor Mosher, and engineering/production for film composer Hajji Majer. Mr. Lukomski also served as editor for the first and second volumes of Music of the Band of the 26th North Carolina Regiment, published by Moravian Music Foundation.
Mr. Lukomski has performed both as a soloist and member of various ensembles, most notably the St. Thomas Choir School, New York , The Berkshire Opera Company, The Schola Cantorum, Saratoga Springs, NY, the choir of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Albany, NY, and the choir of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Winston-Salem, NC, who premiered Mr. Lukomski’s work Tidings in 1999. Mr. Lukomski is currently a member of the choir of Grace Church in NYC.