Bruno Lukk (30 June 1909 Tšussovaja village, Perm Governorate – 31 May 1991 Tallinn) was an Estonian pianist and pedagogue. He was one of the most notable piano pedagogue in Estonia.[1]

In 1913 his family moved to Estonia. In 1928 he graduated from Riga Conservatory.[1]

In 1940 to 1991 he taught in Tallinn Conservatory. From 1948 to 1951 he was the director of the conservatory.[1]

Besides teaching, he also gave solo and duo concerts. Over 40 years he did collaboration (as a piano duo) with pianist Anna Klas.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d "Lukk, Bruno | Estonian Music Information Centre". www.emic.ee. Retrieved 14 February 2021.