Caitlin Lucic

    Caitlin Lucic is a free-lance percussionist, drummer and marimbist residing in the Twin Cities. She is also a music educator with over 20 years of experience teaching percussion, early childhood music and general music to musicians ages infant-102. Since 2015 she has taught at MacPhail Center for Music where she is a Sing, Play, Learn with MacPhail®, School Partnerships, and MacPhail Music for Life instructor. Caitlin is also a frequent children’s music presenter, providing engaging percussion workshops/camps that focus on world music, literacy and environmental stewardship.

    Caitlin has performed with various artists and arts organizations including Celtic Woman, Lorie Line’s Pop Chamber Orchestra, The Chanhassen Dinner Theaters, The Children’s Theatre Co., Youth Performance Company, The Phipps Center for the Arts, Lyric Arts, The Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra, and various other organizations in the Twin Cities and Hartford, CT area. She is excited to join the team for Light in the Well!

    Caitlin holds a M.M. degree in Percussion Performance from The Hartt School of Music and a B.M. degree in Percussion Performance from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. She holds a MN teaching license in K-12 Instrumental/Classroom Music Education from the University of MN-Twin Cities. In 2018, she was awarded the James. E. Ericksen Professional Development Grant in conjunction with MacPhail Center for Music. Caitlin utilized this award to study jazz improvisation, world music, and drum set at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN with Dr. David Hagedorn.

    Caitlin is also active in her church community at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church in Bloomington, MN where she plays marimba and drums/percussion. When not performing or teaching music, Caitlin enjoys traveling, hiking, biking and exploring the outdoors with her husband and twins.