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Paul Meyer, Lucas & Arthur Jussen, Sinfonia Varsovia
/ Germany

10-05-2014 11:38:46 11-05-2014 11:38:46 35 Summary of the event Description of the event Location of the event Organizer Organizer e-mail http://www.facebook.com/events/160427380695693 true DD/MM/YYYY

Germany Concert Tour,   4-9 March 2017

Sinfonia Varsovia will play in five German cities at the beginning of March. During the tour, the Orchestra, under the direction of Paul Meyer, will play with pianists – brothers Arthur and Lucas Jussen.

Brothers Arthur and Lucas Jussen are Dutch pianists. Despite their young age, they have been developing their international concert careers for a long time. They have won many prizes for young talents. As teenagers they have studied for one year under the guidance of the great Maria João Pires. Since then, they have not only played with all Dutch orchestras, but also abroad, with such ensembles as the London Chamber Orchestra and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2010 the brothers Jussen have signed on to Deutsche Grammophon. Their debut album of works by Beethoven has gone platinum and won the Edison Klassiek Publieksprijs audience award. The artists’ latest, fourth album was recorded with the famous Academy of St. Martin in the Fields under the direction of Sir Neville Marriner and released in 2015. The album consists solely of works by Mozart, including the Concerto for two pianos No. 10 in E-flat major KV 365 – one of the items in the programme of the Jussens’ concert tour with Sinfonia Varsovia.

The conductor’s podium will be occupied by Paul Meyer, whose musical path combines conducting, work as solo clarinettist and teaching.

Sinfonia Varsovia will begin the tour on 4 March with a concert in Aachen, followed by performances in Mannheim, Wiesbaden and Essen, concluding in Stuttgart.


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