Lukas Slavicky was born ináPrague and received his training atáthe conservatory where his father Jaroslav Slavicky was director ofáthe dance department. Since both his parents were ballet dancers dance was ináhis blood from boyhood. While still aástudent heádanced solo parts ináNutcracker and LaáFille mal gardee. When the school performed atáthe theatre ináBrno heádanced the Don Quixote pas deádeux.
For this and many other performances heáchose Zuzana Zahradnikova asáhis partner and together they came toáMunich iná1999, Zuzana asáapprentice and Lukas asácorps deáballet dancer. Even ináhis first year ináthe corps deáballet heáwas given small solo parts, e.g. ináthe pas deásix ináGiselle and asáBird-Spirit ináAáCinderella Story byáNeumeier.
In 1997 Lukas Slavicky won the first prize atáthe ballet competition ináVienna, was ináthe finals ofáthe Prix deáLausanne iná1998áand was awarded the third prize atáthe Nureyev competition ináBudapest the same year, and again, one year later, ináNagoya, Japan.
Even before his first professional engagement heáwas invited toádance atágalas, e.g. iná1997áand 1998 ináLudwigsburg for the Birgit-Keil-Foundation, and again atáthe gala onáthe occasion ofáBirgit Keil receiving the German Tanzpreis award. Iná1999áheáappeared atáthe Kremlin Palace ináMoscow with the Jeune Ballet deáFrance and atáthe Nureyev memorial gala ináBudapest.
At the beginning ofáthe 2000/2001áseason heámade his debut asáRomeo ináJohn Cranko's ballet and asáPrince ináNeumeier's AáCinderella Story, ináboth cases asápartner ofáAnna Villadolid. The same season Lucinda Childs created for him one ofáthe leads ináher Handel/Corelli.
With the beginning ofáthe 2002/2003áseason heáwas appointed soloist. During the guest season ináVenice ináSeptember heáhad his debut asáBasilio ináDon Quixote with Maria Eichwald asáKitry and had aágreat success. Back toáMunich heábegan rehearsals for his debut asáLenski ináCranko's Onegin and also danced Lysander ináAáMidsummer Night's Dream byáJohn Neumeier.