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Lubertus Leutscher

Lubertus Leutscher (1960) began his musical education at the age of eight with trumpet and piano. His musical talent did not go unnoticed mainly due to the many prizes that he won at music festivals and competitions both at home and abroad.


Lubertus Leutscher studied conducting with the renowned Dutch conductor Anton Kersjes. However it was the intense collaboration with the Russian violinist and conductor Viktor Lieberman that provided him with the artistic impulse and inspiration to take up conducting seriously. Leutscher is founder, artistic director and conductor of the “Veenkoloniaal Symphony Orcestra”. He is also chief conductor of the “Hineni Symphony Orchestra”


Trumpet Player

Lubertus Leutscher’s professional career began in 1978 at the age of eighteen as a trumpet player in the Frysk Orchestra followed by the “Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra” and since 1981 “North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra”. He has played under many famous conductors including Bernard Haitink, Antal Dorati, Nicholas Harnoncourt, Jean Fournet, Hans Vonk, Edo de Waart en Kiril Kondraschin.



From 1980 until 1991 Lubertus Leutscher taught at the Groningen Institute of Further Education, the Groningen City Music School as well as the School of Music, Dance and Theatre in Veendam.