LUCAS LINK is a second-year Master's student in choral conducting at University of Maryland, where he serves as the assistant conductor of the UMD Chamber Singers and the UMD Men's Chorus. He currently serves as Director of Music Ministries at ARP Church of the Atonement in Silver Spring, MD. Before his studies at University of Maryland, he worked as a Director of Children's Choirs at Spectrum Christian Homeschool Academy and sang under John Smedstad at Old St. Paul's Church in Baltimore. Lucas had the opportunity to conduct an ACDA choral ensemble in a masterclass with Hilary Apfelstadt, as well as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in a masterclass with New York Philharmonic Associate Conductor Case Scaglione. Link graduated magna cum laude in 2015 with a Bachelor's degree in Composition and Choral Education from University of Maryland, Baltimore County where he studied under Linda Dusman, Stephen Caracciolo, and Joseph Regan.