Lucas Debargue was born in French Department Oise in 1990. He started his first piano classes at the age of 11 at school in Compiègne. Having completed his general education, he stopped studying music and entered the Literature Faculty at the University of Paris; however, some time later he started taking private piano lessons.
After his performance at the concert organized by the Compiègne City Government, Lucas Debargue decided to study music seriously and entered the National Higher Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris; he studied under Jean-François Heisser. He combined his studies with classes of Rena Shereshevskaya, a student of Lev Vlasenko, professor of the Moscow Conservatory, as well as with classes at the conservatory in Rueil-Malmaison and Alfred Cortot National School of Music in Paris.
Debargue’s repertoire features works of Russian composers – N. Medtner, N. Roslavets, A. Scriabin, S. Rachmaninoff, and S. Prokofiev as well as jazz improvisations. In 2014, Lucas became the winner at the 9th Alieva International Piano Competition in Gaillard, France; in 2015 he received the 4th prize and the prize of the Moscow Music Critics Association at the 15th Tchaikovsky International Competition.