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Fabian Müller (composer) was born on 12 February, 1964, is a composer. Discover Fabian Müller (composer)'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Born 12 February, 1964
Birthday 12 February
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Fabian Müller was artistic director of the International Music Festival Lenzburgiade in Switzerland from 2009-2013 and he is very interested in ethnomusicology. He spent ten years (1991 to 2002) preparing the publication of the Hanny Christen Collection, a ten-volume anthology of folk music with over 10‘000 tunes from the 19th Century, which initiated a new era for the traditional music of his country.

Müller's recent works include the opera «Eiger», based on a libretto by the Swiss author Tim Krohn, commissioned by the TOBS Theater Orchestra Biel Solothurn, and a concerto for heckelphone and orchestra for the Swiss oboist Martin Frutiger. Other recently written works include «Canto» for the Zurich Chamber Orchestra ZKO, as well as a Concerto for vibraphone and orchestra and «Clatterclank» for snare drum and string orchestra for Evelyn Glennie. Recent works also include the Cello Sonata No. 2 and «Dialogues Cellestes», a double concerto for two cellos and orchestra commissioned by the cellist Antonio Meneses, and the Concerto per Klee, a homage to Paul Klee, for solo cello and Chamber Orchestra for Steven Isserlis. His «Concerto for Orchestra» was presented on a tour throughout Switzerland (season 08/09) with the «Austrian-Hungarian Haydn-Philharmonic Orchestra» conducted by Christopher Hogwood and his work «Taranis» for large orchestra, was premiered by the Bern Symphony Orchestra in the season 08/09 and was on tour in Germany conducted by Andrey Boreyko in spring 2009.


He received decisive encouragement from David Zinman, who made a recording with the Philharmonia Orchestra, London, including "Nachtgesänge" with Swedish mezzo-soprano Malena Ernman, the Cello Concerto (1999), played by Müller's wife, the Taiwanese cellist Pi-Chin Chien and two further orchestral works. Müller's works are played internationally by well-known orchestras and ensembles and have been heard in halls such as the Carnegie Hall in New York, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Tonhalle Zurich, the Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre, the Philharmonie St. Petersburg and the Teatro Colón. He wrote commissioned works for the Lucerne Festival, the Interlaken Music Festival and the Vestfold Festspillene in Norway. His works have been performed at the Festival de musique de La Chaise-Dieu in France, at the Aspen Music Festival in Colorado and at the Festival Internacional de Ushuaia in Argentina.


Fabian Müller (*12 February 1964 in Zurich) is a Swiss composer.