At the age of 19 Frank Lunte made his solo début with Alexander Glasunov’s saxophone concerto.
At the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, he studied with Detlef Bensmann and passed his graduate recital with distinction. Subsequently he took part in master classes under Claude Delangle, Jean-Marie Londeix, and Iwan Roth.
Together with pianist Tatjana Blome in the Duo Blome-Lunte, Frank Lunte has released a widely acclaimed four-part CD-Documentation (EDA Records, Kassel) with works for saxophone and piano from Berlin and Germany. In 2003 both musicians were honoured with the Andrei Sakharov medal in Moscow.
As a soloist Frank Lunte has performed many times with the Chamber Orchestra Berlin under its principal conductor Jürgen Bruns. In 2008 Deutsche Grammophon released his performance of Lars-Erik Larsson's saxophone concerto.
Concert tours have taken him throughout Europe, Russia, and to Brazil.
Frank Lunte is co-editor of a book to be published in 2014 by the Nicolai Verlag to commemorate the 200th birthday of Adolphe Sax.