Born in Nancy in 1997, Lucas Henry took his first cello lessons from Sébastien Robert at the conservatory in his hometown, going on to receive his first diploma from the Dijon Conservatory with honours, having studied with Laurent Lagarde. He continued his studies for one year at the Paris Conservatory, where he studied with Thomas Duran, before moving on to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Lyon in 2016, where Yvan Chiffoleau and Pascal Jemain taught him. During the 2021/22 season, he was supported as part of Tchaïkovski – Jeunes Talents of the Académie Musicale Philippe Jaroussky, working with Christian-Pierre La Marca. Starting with the 2021/22 season, he is a member of the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra Academy as well as of Menuhin Music Academy, presided by Renaud Capuçon, where he studies with Clemens Hagen and Lionel Cottet. Recitals or chamber music concerts brought him to venues such as La Seine Musicale in Boulogne-Billancourt near Paris, Rosey Concert Hall in Rolle (Switzerland) and Auditorium de Dijon. He worked with orchestras such as the Orchestre du Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon, the Orchestre National des Pays-de-la-Loire, the «Appassionato» Orchestra and the Orchestre du Conservatoire et Pôle supérieur de Dijon. As a soloist or recitalist, he was performing at festivals such as Gstaad Menuhin Festival, Festival du Forez, Pietra Santa, Virtuoso & Bel Canto Festival, Festival Pablo Casals, Musique à Flaine or Musicales en Folie. In 2017 he was awarded the second prize at the Épernay Strings Competition, in 2019 he participated successfully at Concours de musique de chambre Jeunes Talents in Paris. He is a bursary of Mécénat Musical Société Générale. Lucas Henry plays a cello built in 2013 by Günter Siefert.