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Jusssen Lucas & Arthur

Jusssen Lucas & Arthur © Sanja Marusic

Jacquot Marie

Jacquot Marie © Christian Jungwirth

Fridays@7: Wiener Symphoniker / Arthur & Lucas Jussen / Jacquot

Friday 12 January 2024
19:00 – ca. 20:15
Großer Saal



Wiener Symphoniker

Arthur Jussen, Klavier

Lucas Jussen, Klavier

Marie Jacquot, Dirigentin

Im Anschluss an das Konzert im Großen Foyer:

Arthur Jussen, Klavier

Lucas Jussen, Klavier

Johann Strauss Ensemble der Wiener Symphoniker

Willy Büchler, Violine

Wolfgang Schuchbaur, Violine

Helmut Lackinger, Violine

Karl-Heinz Krumpöck, Viola

Primož Zalaznik, Violoncello

Hans-Joachim Tinnefeld, Kontrabass

Stefan Tomaschitz, Flöte

Thomas Machtinger, Oboe

Reinhard Wieser, Klarinette

Armin Berger, Horn

Josef Eder, Horn

Magdalena Pramhaas, Fagott


Maurice Ravel

Valses nobles et sentimentales (Fassung für Orchester) (1911/1912)

Francis Poulenc

Konzert für zwei Klaviere und Orchester d-moll S 61 (1932)



Igor Roma


Anatoli Ljadow

Der verzauberte See. Ein Märchenbild op. 62 (1909)

Im Anschluss an das Konzert Ausklang im Großen Foyer mit

Arthur und Lucas Jussen & dem Johann Strauss Ensemble der Wiener Symphoniker


Unterstützt von OMV
Dieses Konzert wird im Rahmen einer Kooperation zwischen der Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft und den Wiener Symphonikern veranstaltet. Weitere Informationen zur Datenverarbeitung bei Kooperationsveranstaltungen, Speicherdauer und Ihren Rechten finden Sie in unserer Datenschutzerklärung.

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Two pianos, but one voice

In their hands, both pianos melt into a single melodious instrument, as one press review wrote about the finely tuned playing of Dutch brothers Arthur and Lucas Jussen. The two brothers, who come from a musical family, have been performing as a duo since childhood - both four-handed and on two pianos. For their guest appearance at the Wiener Konzerthaus, they have chosen Poulenc's 1932 Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra. Poulenc himself wrote that the work was a homage to Mozart, calling the second movement a »poetic play on Mozart's portrait«. The two young talents can also be heard as part of the relaxed evening in the Grand Foyer following the concert.

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