Benyamin Nuss was born in Bergisch-Gladbach on the twentieth of June 1989. At the age of six he began piano lessons. He was inspired and encouraged by his father, the trombonist Ludwig Nuss, an internationally renowned jazz musicians. Not only did Benyamin grow up with music from different genres, he really made classical music and jazz his passion. Inspired by "Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum" from "Children's Corner", he began at the age of ten to study the composer Claude Debussy, and soon after the works of Maurice Ravel. Besides his outstanding abilities as a classical performer, Benyamin is a gifted composer, two of his composition can be heard in "Exotica". Apart from classical concerts, he also performs his music with his own Jazz Quartet or in a Trio together with his father Ludwig Nuss and the great bass player, John Goldsby.