Luke Slott is a composer and singer-songwriter from Ireland. Born into a musical family in Dublin, he began playing music at an early age, learning jazz trumpet from his father and studying classical piano at the Royal Irish Academy of Music. Alongside his piano and trumpet studies, Luke took up the guitar and spent much of his formative years writing songs and singing in the folk and rock clubs of Ireland.
At the age of 21, Luke embraced the Bahá’í Faith and began incorporating the Bahá’í Sacred Writings into his music. He has released 5 albums of both vocal and instrumental songs and has toured extensively, giving concerts and music workshops in over 20 countries.
In honour of the Bahá’í Community’s 2017 celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Bahá’u’lláh, the Founder of the Bahá’í Faith, Luke has released a new album entitled Year of the Nightingale, and is currently on tour giving a series of musical presentations about the history of the Bahá’í Faith and the inspiration behind his music.