Prof. Christian Wilm Müller
Artistic Teacher of Piano (major subject) and Chamber Music at the Department of Piano
Fürstenhaus – Main Building
- Born 1970 in Meiningen Thuringia
- Studied piano at the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar; chamber music with Prof. Volkmar Lehmann and song interpretation with Prof. Ludwig Bätzel
- Also studied piano at the Academy of Music and Arts in Stuttgart with Prof. Oleg Maisenberg
- Won prizes in national and international solo and chamber music competitions: In 1985 third prize in the international competition "Virtuosi per musica di Pianoforte" in Usti nad La-bem CR, in 1996, the "Liszt-Trio Weimar" won a sponsorship in the national selections of the German Music Competition to take part in the "Concerts for Young Artists 1997/98"
- The Liszt-Trio Weimar, of whom he is the pianist, also won an extra prize from the German Foundation "Stiftung Musikleben" and was also honoured from the "Marie-Luise-Imbusch Foundation"; in 1997 the Liszt-Trio Weimar won the "Allianz-Prize of the Festival Mecklenburg-Vorpommern" in the international competition "Junge Elite"
- From 1991 to 1996 scholarship holder of the German people and in 1995 and 1996 he received a graduate sponsorship from the State of Thuringia
- Master classes with Prof. Jürgen Uhde, Prof. Detlef Kraus, Prof. Peter Feuchtwanger, the "Trio Fontenay", the Viennese "Schubert-Trio", the "Beaux Arts Trio", Prof. Thomas Brandis, Prof. Ferenc Rados as well as others
- Teaches piano and chamber music at the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar
- 2007 awarded the title of professor
- From 2008 to 2017 Artistic Director Music High School Schloss Belvedere
- Played in many countries including Austria, Switzerland, Croatia, Greece, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Norway, Russia, Australia, Iran, Japan and Germany
- Played with orchestras such as the German Symphony Orchestra Berlin, the Badische Staatskapelle Karlsruhe, the orchestras in Gotha / Suhl, Meiningen and Thessaloniki (GR), as well as with members of the Komische Oper Berlin, the Vienna Philharmonic and the NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo
- Recorded various CDs for radio and television