Lucas Garner (b. Chattanooga, Tenn.) is an American musician and entertainer.
Mr. Garner received his original musical training from Gary Wilkes, conductor of the Chattanooga Youth Symphony Orchestra. He has held principal and co-principal positions in youth and semi-professional orchestras as both a viola player and a percussionist.
Lucas's primary endeavors are as a composer of a variety of different musical styles including classical, contemporary classical, film/media scores and electronic music. His first project in the field of collaborative media was a production hosted by the BBC Philharmonic of Di Sherlock's Come Into the Garden, a set of poems that were read as a dramatic staging with a solo cellist.
Lucas currently  holds a graduate assistantship at James Madison University, where he is studying a Master's in Music Composition while teaching undergraduate music theory sections. He previously studied a Master's in Music Composition at the Royal Northern College of Music in England and a Bachelor's of Music Performance/Composition at Tennessee Tech University.
Works for Winds
- Finding Metropolis (2016)
- King of Kings (2017)
- Odysseus (2015)
- Travel Diary (2016)
- Lucas Garner website Accessed 5 April 2017