Jan Müller-Wieland, born 03/30/1966 in Hamburg, Germany


  • 2010New music programme, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival (Artistic Director: Daniel Hope); Project Director of the "Munich Biennale," Festival of New Music Theatre
    2009 Jury of the Berlin Opera Prize
    2007Professor of Composition at the Academy of Music and Theatre in Munich
    2006 Musical Director of the Lukas Leuenberger production "Die Dreigroschenoper " (The Threepenny Opera) on the occasion of the new opening of the Berlin Admirals’ Palace
    2005Composer-in-Residence with the Beaux Arts Trio in the USA
    2004 Composer-in-Residence with the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra in Moscow
    2003Composer-in-Residence at the 3rd Feldkirch Festival and at the Festival Les Jeux Floraux de Marseillan Member of the Academy of the Arts in Hamburg Mitglied der Akademie der Künste in Hamburg
    2002 Furtherance Prize for Composers of the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation
    2001Composer-in-Residence at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad
    2000 Invitation of the Goethe Institute in Hanoi (Vietnam) and Kyoto (Japan)
    1998Instructor at the chamber music furtherance course "Jugend musiziert" in Rheinsberg
    1997 Composer-in-Residence at the 33rd German chamber music course "Jugend musiziert" (Young People Making Music)
    1995Furtherance prize of the Berlin Senate for Cultural Affairs Invitation to the International Choir Symposium in Ljubljana
    1994 Jury member of the BMW Music Theatre prizes of the 4th Munich Biennale, Festival for New Music Theatre
    1993Furtherance Prize of the Bach Prize of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg Hindemith Prize of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival
    1992/93 Stipend recipient of the Academia Tedesca "Villa Massimo" in Rom
    1991Composition diploma with honours Comprehensive contract with Hans Sikorski International Music Publishers Stipend recipient of the Cit» des Arts in Paris Stipend recipient of the Leonard Bernstein Foundation for a Composition course with Oliver Knussen at the Tanglewood Music Center
    1989 Furtherance Prize of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck Artistic Participation in the Direction of the 14th Cantiere di Montepulciano d`Arte Stipend recipient of the Chopin Academy, Warsaw
    1988 - 91External supplementary studies with Hans Werner Henze at the Cologne Music Academy/td>
    1987 Furtherance Prize of the Southwestfalian Philharmonic
    1986 - 91Studies at the Lübeck Music Academy composition with Friedhelm Döhl

  • 1992Invitation to the opening concert of the 3rd Munich Biennale at the Philharmonie of the Munich Gasteig in der Philharmonie des Münchner Gasteig
    1991 Conducting Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center/USA as stipend recipient of the Leonard Bernstein Foundation with conducting courses with Oliver Knussen and Seiji Ozawa
    1991Invitation of the Deutsche Symphonie Orchester in Berlin on the occasion of the "Rostrum of Composers" in Paris
    1987 Invitation of the Southwestfalian Philharmonic
    1988 - 91Dirigierassistent an der Musikhochschule-Lübeck, insbesondere für das Hochschulorchester. Gründung eines Ensembles für neue Musik
    1986 - 91 Conducting assistant at the Lübeck Music Academy, especially for the Academy Orchestra. Founds an ensemble for new music.
    1986 - 91Studies in conducting at the Lübeck Music Academy with Günter Behrens

    Continuous conducting appointments with the following ensembles/ orchestras (amongst others)

    • Concert Hall Orchestra Berlin
    • Tanglewood Festival Orchestra
    • Chamber Players of Boston Symphony Orchestra
    • Ensemble for Percussive Art
    • Ensemble of the Hamburg State Philharmonic Orchestra
    • Federal Youth Orchestra
    • Staatskapelle Berlin
    • Ensemble United Berlin
    • Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester
    • Southwestfalian Philharmonic
    • Elbland Philharmonic
    • Salzburg Percussion Trio
    • Hamburger Camerata
    • Camerata Freden
    • Hamburg Youth Orchestra
    • Central German Radio Symphony Orchestra
    • German Film Orchestra Babelsberg

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