Clemens Müller

Artist photo of Clemens Müller - Piano

Clemens Mueller was born in Tuebingen. After graduating from school he studied
piano at the Trossingen University of Music with Tomislav Nedelkovic-Baynov and in
Saarbrucken with Thomas Duis. Parallel to this he completed a study in song interpretation and chamber music in Trossingen and Berlin. His most formative teachers include Wolfram Rieger, Irwin Gage and Peter Nelson. Clemens Muller could easily draw attention to himself as a laureate of numerous prestigious competitions. He has received awards from the 39th German Music Competition, the 59th Competition of German Music Schools, the Paula Lindberg-Salomon Competition “Das Lied” and the Concorsi Internazionali della Val Tidone. Most recently he received the Elsa-Neumann scholarship from the Land of Berlin. Moreover, he has received scholarships from the Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg (Stuttgart), the Paula and Albert Salomon-Foundation (Amsterdam), the Justus Hermann Wetzel-Foundation (Berlin), the Hans and Eugenia Jütting-Foundation (Stendal) and the Richard Wagner Society Association (Saarbrücken) and was selected for the German Music Council’s 58th “Concerts of Young Artists.” His versatility as a soloist, chamber musician, and accompanist has taken Clemens Muller to festivals such as the Schwetzinger Festival, the Donaueschingen Festival, the Weingartner Music Days, the Bayreuth Easter Festival and the Liedforum in Berlin. In addition to his concert activities throughout Europe he has been invited to concert tours of Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. Currently Clemens Müller teaches piano at the Trossingen University of Music.

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CDs released by GENUIN

with Clemens Müller

CD album cover 'Wie der Himmel in Rom' (GEN 16402) with I-chiao Shih, Clemens Müller

Wie der Himmel in Rom

Eine Reise nach Italien in Liedern von Franz Liszt

I-chiao Shih Mezzo-soprano
Clemens Müller Piano

GEN 16402  –  5.2.2016

CD album cover 'Donaufahrt' (GEN 15334) with Rie Koyama, Clemens Müller


Werke von L. van Beethoven, C. M. von Weber, J. W. Kalliwoda, W. A. Mozart und F. Doppler

Rie Koyama Bassoon
Clemens Müller Piano

GEN 15334  –  7.1.2015