Sylvain Luc was born in Bayonne, France and discovered the guitar at 4 years old. He moved to Paris in 1988 and became an arranger, composer and accompanist for many pop artists, however, he expresses himself most freely through jazz music.
His talent and reputation has led him to work with talented artists such as Wynton Marsalis, André Ceccarelli; Michel Legrand, Manu Katche, Michel Portal; Didier Lockwood, Richard Galliano, Bireli Lagrene, Steve Lukather… and many more. He therefore had the opportunity to record many collaborative albums. Sylvain regularly travels in France, Europe and America giving concerts and recording new music pieces.
He arranged, composed and played for the singer Benoît Cazenave, then played bass in Richard Galliano and Francis Lassus’s trio. He also accompanied the Argentine singer Jaïro and mastered classical guitar with Michel Sadonovski.