Lucas & Arthur Jussen

Now available: Mozart Double Concertos

08 10 2015

Now available: Mozart Double Concertos

Our new Mozart album bas been officially released!! You can order the album via this link: order

Review: Musikalisch Seelenmassage im Werner-Richard-Saal

04 05 2015

Review: Musikalisch Seelenmassage im Werner-Richard-Saal

Die Brüder Lucas und Arthur Jussen machten den Klavierabend zu vier Händen zu einer spannenden Angelegenheit.
(29. April 2015)

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Jussen Brothers Plan Their Futures (Int. New York Times)

02 04 2015

Jussen Brothers Plan Their Futures

By NINA SIEGAL, MARCH 31, 2015

AMSTERDAM — The first time they performed for the Dutch queen, in 2005, Lucas and Arthur Jussen were 12 and 8 years old. The second time, they were 19 and 16.

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Erespeld Hilversum voor Lucas en Arthur Jussen

13 01 2015

Erespeld Hilversum voor Lucas en Arthur Jussen

HILVERSUM – De broers Lucas (21) en Arthur (18) Jussen hebben dinsdagmiddag de erespeld van de gemeente Hilversum gekregen. De onderscheidingen werden de kolossale pianotalenten opgespeld door burgemeester Pieter Broertjes.

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Article in The Oldie about Lucas & Arthur Jussen

13 11 2014

Article in The Oldie about Lucas & Arthur Jussen

The Oldie – November 13, 2014
Richard Osborne

‘It is like driving a pair of BMWs’ remarked the conductor Michael Schønwandt after directing the brothers in Poulenc’s Concerto for Two Pianos.

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Neue Preisträger aus Holland, Frankreich und Deutschland

15 10 2013

Neue Preisträger aus Holland, Frankreich und Deutschland

Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern zeichnen Harriet Krijgh, Lucas und Arthur Jussen, Quatuor Hermès und Nils Mönkemeyer aus.

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One piano, four hands

17 06 2013

One piano, four hands

Freies Wort – June 10, 2013
Alfred Erck

On Saturday evening, the young Dutch prodigies Lucas (20) and Arthur Jussen (16) were the stars of the concert at the CCS. An audience of 750 listeners showered the two brothers with sustained applause.

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A bright, long morning

17 06 2013

A bright, long morning

Leipziger Volkszeitung – June 10, 2013
Tatjana Böhme-Mehner

Lucas and Arthur Jussen – one of the most promising young piano duos – play Maurice Ravel’s “Ma Mère l’Oye”, presenting sensitively and delicately as well as with routine the fine and colorful structures of these pieces for children. They made you want to bathe in this tone fairy-tale full of sensuousness and transparency. Harmony and profundity demonstrate the paradox of these virtuoso pieces for children. Lucas and Arthur Jussen are also the soloists in Colin McPhee’s quirky “Tabuh-Tabuhan”. The three-movement work is titled “Toccata for Orchestra and Two Pianos”.

Lucas und Arthur Jussen in Leipzig

30 05 2013

Lucas und Arthur Jussen in Leipzig

MDR

Während ihre Freunde auf dem Bolzplatz tobten, zogen die Brüder Lucas und Arthur Jussen von Konzertbühne zu Konzertbühne, um als Klavier spielende Wunderkinder die internationale Klassikwelt zu erobern. Mittlerweile sind die niederländischen Jungs mit den blonden Wuschelköpfen 20 und 16 Jahre alt und spielen regelmäßig mit den angesagtesten Orchestern der Welt. Unter der Leitung des US-amerikanischen Komponisten James Gaffigan nehmen sie nun im Leipziger Gewandhaus Platz und widmen sich mit dem MDR SINFONIEORCHESTER der Toccata für Orchester und Klaviere von Colin McPhees. MDR FIGARO sendet das Konzert zeitversetzt am Abend.

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Piano-playing Jussen brothers double down on Mozart – and win

29 04 2013

Piano-playing Jussen brothers double down on Mozart – and win

Charlotte Observer
Friday, Apr. 26, 2013
By Lawrence Toppman

If there were justice in the musical world, the list of popular young blond guys beginning with “J” would include not only Justin Bieber and the Jonas Brothers but the Jussens.
Alas, the Dutch siblings are old enough now – Lucas is 20, Arthur 16 – to know how the world works, so they couldn’t have expected Belk Theater to be crammed with people waiting to hear Mozart’s Double Piano Concerto Friday night. But the many who came saw pianists playing with assured, dignified elegance few musicians of their parents’ generation could muster. Their playing recalled Antonin Dvorak’s claim: “Mozart is sunshine,” warming and nourishing.

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