Lucas & Arthur Jussen

Jan 21, 2024


Dutch brothers Lucas and Arthur Jussen comprise one of today’s most sought-after piano duos. Critics have marveled at how they “move as a single organism” (The Boston Globe) and play with “flair and instinctive collusion” (The Scotsman). Their Symphony Center recital debut features music by Mozart, Schubert and Kulenty, capped off with Stravinsky’s ferocious two-piano version of The Rite of Spring.


Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major, K. 448


Fantasy in F Minor, D. 940




The Rite of Spring

Bach (trans. Kurtág)

Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit, BWV 106: 2a [Encore]



Preconcert Dining

Enhance your concert experience by dining at Forte, offering a two course menu featuring contemporary Mediterranean cuisine for a seamless preconcert dining experience. Learn more »

Postconcert CD Signing

Please join us for a postconcert CD signing with Lucas and Arthur Jussen. This signing will take place in Grainger Ballroom and is open to all ticket holders. Merchandise will be available at the Symphony Store preconcert and Grainger Ballroom at intermission and postconcert.

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Highlighting works by lesser-known composers from their homeland, Lucas and Arthur Jussen’s 2022 album Dutch Masters presents a distinctive collection of music for two pianos. Available for a limited time at the Symphony Store.

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