jan müller-wieland

born on 30 March 1966 in Hamburg


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WORLD PREMIERES 2008 - 2011
CW = Commissioned Work
 
 
* neuer Klavierzyklus
* neues Vokalwerk (AT: "Der Heimkehrer" )
* neue Kammermusik (AT: "Trio-Ballade")
* 5.Sinfonie
* neues Musiktheater mit Claus Guth für das Ensemble Modern
* neues Musiktheater nach Micaela von Marcard

 

27. November 2014, Philharmonie im Gasteig München

EGMONTS FREIHEIT ODER BÖHMEN LIEGT AM MEER
für Sprecher, Sopran, Orgel, Chor und großes Orchester
nach Goethe, Grillparzer, Roth, Trakl, Kraus und Bachmann
(AW der Münchner Philharmoniker, abendfüllend)

Sprecher: Klaus Maria Brandauer
Sopran: Claudia Barainsky
Orgel: Friedemann Winklhofer
Chor: Philharmonischer Chor München
Choreinstudierung: Andreas Herrmann
Münchner Philharmoniker
Leitung: Jan Müller-Wieland

Festkonzert zum 25. Jahrestag der Deutschen Einheit im Konzerthaus Berlin am 3. Oktober 2015

 

30. Juli 2015 Freden, Zehntscheune
25. internationale Fredener Musiktage (AW)

TRIO-BALLADE
für Klarinette, Viola und Klavier

Thorsten Johanns, Klarinette
Benjamin Rivinius, Viola
Paul Rivinius, Klavier

 

13. November 2014, Laeisz-Halle Hamburg

KÖNIG DER NACHT
Drama für Sprecher, drei Sängerinnen, großes Orchester und Zuspielelektronik nach dem Buch Hiob, dem neuen Testament, sowie Gedichten von Nelly Sachs und Pia Tafdrup
(AW des NDR-Sinfonieorchesters Hamburg, abendfüllend)

Sprecher: Klaus Maria Brandauer
Sängerinnen: Sarah Maria Sun, Susanne Leitz-Lorey, Truike van der Poel
NDR-Sinfonieorchester Hamburg
Leitung: Thomas Hengelbrock

 

13. Juli 2014, St´Anna di Stazzema (Toskana)

MUSIK FÜR EINE KIRCHE
für zwei Trompeten und Orgel

CW for Orgelfestival in Sant´Anna di Stazzema (Toskana)
Gedenkkonzert anlässlich des 70. Jahrestages des Massakers und der Zerstörung von St´Anna di Stazzema am 12. August 1944 durch SS-Truppen

Hannes Läubin, Trompete 1
Max Westermann, Trompete 2
Luca Scandali, Orgel

 

28. / 30. Juni 2014, Bad Kissingen

im Rahmen der Lieder-Werkstatt des "Kissinger Sommers 2014"

GRETCHENS ENGEL
für Mezzosopran und Klavier
nach Goethes "Urfaust" und Schnitzlers "Fräulein Else"
(Textfassung vom Komponisten)

Olivia Vermeulen, Mezzosopran
N.N., Klavier

 

25 April 2014
Nürnberg, Staatsphilharmonie

"zärtliche Kräfte"
for 2 Pianos and Orchestra

Götz Schumacher and Andreas Grau, Piano
Conductor: Marcus Bosch
(AW with support of Ernst-von-Siemens-Musikstiftung)

 

Februar 2014

RONDO
for Viola and Violoncello
Hartmut Rohde, Viola
Konstanze von Gutzeit, Violoncello

CW for Hindemith-Fest der Universität der Künste Berlin

 

Januar 2014

TRAUMSTÜCK
for Double bass solo
Michael Karg, Double bass

CW for the Felix Mendelssohn-Competition 2014 der Universität der Künste Berlin

 

1 - 3 Juli 2013
Frankfurt:

Try-out with the Ensemble Modern to run a musical film project by Kirsten Esch (Film) and Claus Guth (Regie)
Direction: Jan Müller-Wieland ( work in progress )

 

22 Juni 2013
München, Bayerische Akademie der schönen Künste

"NAUFRAGIO"
for Alto Saxophone and Piano (with timpani mallets)

Alexander von Hagke, Alto Saxophone
Jan Müller-Wieland, Piano

 

8 und 9 Juni 2013
Kehlheim, Befreiungshalle

"UNTERM SCHUTT II"
Hymn for Sopran based on a poem of Inge Müller

Katharina Preuss, Sopran
Sebastian Schwab, Violin

 

10 und 11 Mai 2013
Hamburg, Jenisch Haus
06 November 2012
Kasseler Musiktage WP

String Quartet No. 3

 

11 April 2012
Harburg, Friedrich-Eberthalle
12 April 2012
Hamburg, Laieszhalle

AUSFLUG
for 19 Solo Strings

HAMBURGER CAMERATA
Ralph Gothoni, Conductor
Konzerteinführung und Konzertmoderation
mit Jan Müller-Wieland

 

12 October 2008
Berlin, Hindemith-Fest

EIN TRAUM, WAS SONST (A DREAM, WHAT ELSE)
for Youth Symphony Orchestra, freely based on Kleist and Kafka
Orchestra of Marzahn-Hellersdorf Music School (incl. members of the Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin)
conductor: Jobst Liebrecht

21, 23, 28 November 2008
Munich, Reaktorhalle CW

AVENTURE FAUST
Music Theatre based on György Ligeti's "Aventures/Nouvelles Aventures" and Three Dream Scenes by Jan Müller-Wieland
(work commissioned by the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation)
Text: Birgit Müller-Wieland freely based on Goethe's "Faust" and Heine's "Germany: A Winter's Tale"
Munich Academy of Music and Theatre in cooperation with the Bavarian Theatre Academy August Everding
Musical Direction: Jan Müller-Wieland
Producer: Cornel Franz
Andrea Brown (soprano), Salome Kammer (alto), Peter Neff (baritone) and others

27. Februar 2009
New Opening of the Alice Tully Hall
at Lincoln Center, New York

WAR AND PIECES Beethoven's Egmont Overture, US Premiere
(new printed edition available from www.sikorski.de)
Daniel Hope and Friends, Klaus Maria Brandauer
Members of Chamber Music-Society (CMS) - New York.

2. July 2009
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

PAS DE DEUX
for two flutes (alto flutes), three strings and vibraphone (UA)
Oktopus Ensemble, Konstantia Gourzi (cond.)

27. August 2009 at least until December 2009
Berlin, Neuköllner Opera CW

FANNY UND SCHRAUBE (FANNY AND SCREW)
Full-Length Chamber Opera in Three Acts

The heart-warming love story of a truly odd couple. Screw is up to no good when, coming from Hamburg, he descends upon Berlin with his lackey, Ignaz. The painter Fanny meanwhile sits in her old building in Berlin, a bit unworldly. As so often, things develop quite differently from the way one would have expected. Among other reasons, this is due to the meddling of Zeva, a freelance squatter. Russian oligarchs and not least Svetlana, gallery owner from St. Petersburg, play significant roles. In the end, at any rate, a decrepit barge will leave the Berlin Landwehr Canal behind It, departing for the sea. Also on board: Fanny and Screw.
(Helmut Peters, Sikorski Promotion Department)

Robert Lehmeier, Producer
Markus Meyer, Scenery/Costumes
Hans-Peter Kirchberg, Music Director
Tickets: Neuköllner Oper, Karl-Marx-Str. 131-133, 12043 Berlin
Tel: 030/68 89 07-0, Fax: 030/68 89 07 89
info@neuköllneroper.de
Verkehrsanbindung: U 7 - Karl-Marx-Straße, S 45/46 Neukölln, Bus 104
Kasse: Tel: 030/68 89 07 77
dienstags bis freitags und an Spieltagen von 15.00 - 19.00 Uhr
tickets@neuköllneroper.de

July 2010
Stadt Regensburg
CW of the City of Regensburg

DER KLEINE RING (THE LITTLE RING)
Full-Length Opera for Children and Adults
Libretto by Birgit Müller-Wieland (Score available from www.sikorski.de starting February 2010)

"A new kind of music for the adults of tomorrow, which they also sing and play and through which they can also - indirectly - discover Wagner, without this music being quoted or parodied. And yet: with wit instead of solemnity." jmw

August/September 2010
probably at the
Schleswig Holstein Musik Festival

DER KNACKS (THE CRACKUP)
a full-length melodrama based on and with Roger Willemsen
for eighteen solo strings and piano, Ensemble Resonanz (CW)

"Without eyes, he sees into the blacknesses that his eyeless head produces; the hollow space of the head looks into the hollow space of the world. The burning opera house of Venice appears to him."
Roger Willemsen

2011

AUS EINER NACHT KURZ VOR DEN WÄLDERN (FROM A NIGHT JUST BEVORE THE FORESTS)
New work freely based on Bernhard Marie Koltés
Full-length; also possible as a dance performance
with Holger Falk (baritone) and the Ensemble Modern
"They couldn't force us to stay on the scaffolding, but they bind us there; a powerful gust of wind and we would take off, that's how light we are - as for working in a factory, I'll never do that!"
Bernhard Marie Koltés

FLÜGELMENSCHEN (WING PEOPLE),
new song cycle for Claudia Barainsky (soprano)
Piano Double Concerto for the piano duo of Götz Schumacher & Andreas Grau

2008
4 May 2008 Basel, Gare du Nord,

LIEBE UND KRIEG (LOVE AND WAR)
Eight songs based on poems of Raphael Urweider
for soprano, two pianos, two percussionists and two violins, spatially distributed
Claudia Barainsky, soprano
Jörg Henneberger, conductor
Ensemble Phoenix
CW of the Siemens Arts Programme

11 June 2008 Munich, Artis Gallery

MARCIA D'AMORE
for viola d'amore and piano
Ines Wein, viola d'amore
Yumi Sekiya, piano
CW of the Oktopus Ensemble, Munich

29 June 2008 Gelsenkirchen, Zeche Nordstern

SE SOLEN SJUNKER (THE SUN SINKS)
Siegfried Mauser, piano
Gottfried Schneider, violin
Sebastian Hess, violoncello
CW of the Ruhr Piano Festival

 

WORLD PREMIERES 2007
 
28 April 2007 Gewandhaus Leipzig

OBHUT(CARE)
for organ and bass clarinet
Michael Schønheit, organ
Volker Hemken, bass clarinet

11 May 2007 Academy of the Arts, Berlin UA
12 May 2007 Hamburg/NDR "das neue werk"

IM KRIEG (IN THE WAR)
High-rise building song for soprano and ensemble
based on a poem by Birgit Müller-Wieland
Claudia Barainsky, soprano
Scharoun Ensemble

15 May 2007
Theatre Osnabrück

ROTKÄPPCHENS SCHLAFLIED (RED RIDING-HOOD'S LULLABY)
Duet/children's opera scene based on a text by Andrea Heuser
for soprano, mezzo soprano and ensemble
(during the course of the Adevantgarde Festival, Munich)

21 June 2007
Ruhr Piano Festival

WEISS TRENNT SICH VON SCHWARZ (WHITE IS SEPARATED FROM BLACK)
Six versions for piano
Tamara Stefanovic, piano

 

NEW CDs

SE SOLEN SJUNKER
Edition Klavier-Festival Ruhr
Franz Schubert & New Chamber Music, live recordings 2008
www.avi-music.de, Vol.20,3 CD, 8553150

WEISS TRENNT SICH VON SCHWARZ (WHITE IS SEPARATED FROM BLACK)
Six versions for piano
Tamara Stefanovich, piano
Edition Klavier-Festival-Ruhr Vol.17, Ordering No.: 42 6008553115 8
www.klavierfestival.de
www.avi-music.de

DER HELD DER WESTLICHEN WELT (THE HERO OF THE WESTERN WORLD)
Comic opera in three acts based on J. M. Synge
soloists and choir of the Cologne Opera
Gürzenich Orchestra
conductor: Markus Stenz
further information under: contact@sikorski.de

SONATA FOR TWO VIOLONCELLI
Available starting in the spring of 2007
Jens-Peter Mayntz and Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt, violoncelli
"Cello Duello"

 

jan müller-wieland

born on 30 March 1966 in Hamburg


Older Projects

29 January 2000, Vienna
Vienna Chamber Opera CW

DAS MÄRCHEN DER 672.NACHT (THE TALE OF THE 672nd NIGHT)
Opera in six scenes
based on a novelette by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Libretto by Birgit Müller-Wieland

4 October 2001 Görlitz
Wiesbaden May Festival CW

NATHANS TOD (NATHAN'S DEATH)
Opera in two acts based on a play by George Tabori
Libretto by Jan Müller-Wieland

12 September 2002 Berlin Konzerthaus CW
7 February 2004 Russian Premiere
Moscow Conservatory

BALLAD OF ARIEL
Violin Concerto
* dedicated to Daniel Hope

30 May 2003
Feldkirch Festival CW

KÖNIG DER NACHT (KING OF THE NIGHT)
Epiphany for speaker, three female singers and 23 instrumentalists
based on the book of Job and poems by Nelly Sachs and Pia Tafdrup

25 April 2004
Cologne Triennale CW

"EIDOLA", expanded version
On the occasion of "Nono Echoes", Dissolution of Sonic Boundaries
in works for piano and tape
Siegfried Mauser, piano

12 August 2004 CW
Bad Reichenhall "Alpine Classics Festival"

"DIE LIEBE" (LOVE), Ode by Friedrich Hölderlin
for baritone and piano
Jochen Kupfer, baritone
Moritz Eggert, piano

28 August 2004 CW
Hamburg/NDR "Das neue Werk" (The New Work)

"ROTPETERS TRINKLIED" (RED PETER'S DRINKING SONG)
based on words from "A Report for an Academy" by Kafka
for baritone and piano
Peter Schàne, baritone
Norie Takahashi, piano

2 October 2004 CW
Thuringian Provincial Exhibition
Sondershausen Palace

TRIPTYCHON
Loh Orchestra
Hiroaki Masuda, conductor

24 January 2005 CW
Concertgebouw Amsterdam

SCHLAFLIED (LULLABY) (largo, irreale)
for violin, violoncello and piano
Beaux Arts Trio
Menahem Pressler, piano
Daniel Hope, violin
Antonio Meneses, violoncello
Commissioned by the Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam for the fiftieth anniversary of the Beaux Arts Trio
Dedicated to the eightieth birthday of Menahem Pressler.
15 premieres worldwide. For printed edition see www.sikorski.de

2 July 2005 UA/A
20th Kissinger Summer, Bad Kissingen

"SOZUSAGEN GRUNDLOS VERGNÜGT"
(CHEERFUL WITHOUT A REASON, SO TO SPEAK)
for soprano and piano
based on Mascha Kaléko
Christiane Iven, soprano
Axel Bauni, piano

9 August 2005 CW
Bad Reichenhall - "Alpine Classics Festival"

"WALLENSTEINS STERN" (WALLENSTEIN'S STAR)
(freely based on "Wallenstein", "To Joy" and ..."Xenion"...) by Schiller
for mezzo soprano and piano
Anne-Carolyn Schlüter, mezzo soprano
Jan Philip Schulze, piano

28 September 2005 CW
Production of the Bonn Opera ("BonnChance")
and the Bonn Beethoven Festival 2005

DIE IRRE ODER NÄCHTLICHER FISCHFANG
(THE MADWOMAN, OR CATCHING FISH AT NIGHT)
Full-length music theatre in one act
Libretto: Micaela von Marcard
Production: Werner Schroeter
Musikfabrik NRW
Conductor: Wolfgang Lischke
Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn

7 April 2006 CW
Great House of the Cologne Opera

DER HELD DER WESTLICHEN WELT
(THE HERO OF THE WESTERN WORLD)
Full-length comic opera in three acts
based on motifs from J. M. Synge's
"The Playboy of the Western World"
Libretto by the composer
Musical direction: Markus Stenz / Enrico Delamboye
Production: Karoline Gruber
Stage: Thilo Reuther
Costumes: Henrike Bromber
Choreography: Beate Wollack
Choir: Andrew Ollivant

jan müller-wieland

born on 30 March 1966 in Hamburg


Composer

Curriculum Vitae

1986 - 91

Studies at the Lübeck Music Academy
composition with Friedhelm Döhl

1988 - 91

External supplementary studies with Hans Werner Henze at the Cologne Music Academy

1987

Furtherance Prize of the Southwestfalian Philharmonic

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

1991

Composition 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

1992/93

Stipend recipient of the Academia Tedesca "Villa Massimo" in Rom

1993

Furtherance Prize of the Bach Prize of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
Hindemith Prize of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival

1994

Jury member of the BMW Music Theatre prizes of the 4th Munich Biennale,
Festival for New Music Theatre

1995

Furtherance prize of the Berlin Senate for Cultural Affairs
Invitation to the International Choir Symposium in Ljubljana

1997

Composer-in-Residence at the 33rd German chamber music course
"Jugend musiziert" (Young People Making Music) "

1998

Instructor at the chamber music furtherance course "Jugend musiziert"
in Rheinsberg

2000

Invitation of the Goethe Institute in Hanoi (Vietnam) and Kyoto (Japan)

2001

Composer-in-Residence at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad

2002

Furtherance Prize for Composers of the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation

2003

Composer-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

2004

Composer-in-Residence with the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra in Moscow

2005

Composer-in-Residence with the Beaux Arts Trio in the USA

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 www.die-dreigroschenoper.de

2007

Professor of Composition at the Academy of Music and Theatre in Munich

2009

Jury of the Berlin Opera Prize

2010

New music programme, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival (Artistic Director: Daniel Hope);
Project Director of the "Munich Biennale," Festival of New Music Theatre

jan müller-wieland

born on 30 march 1966 in Hamburg


Conductor

Curriculum Vitae

1986 -1991

Studies in conducting at the Lübeck Music Academy with Günter Behrens

1988 -1991

Conducting assistant at the Lübeck Music Academy, especially for the Academy Orchestra. Founds an ensemble for new music.

1987

Invitation of the Southwestfalian Philharmonic

1991

Invitation of the Deutsche Symphonie Orchester in Berlin on the occasion of the "Rostrum of Composers" in Paris

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

1992

Invitation to the opening concert of the 3rd Munich Biennale at the Philharmonie of the Munich Gasteig
in der Philharmonie des Münchner Gasteig

Continuous conducting appointments
with the following ensembles/ orchestras
amongst others:

* Tanglewood Festival Orchestra
* Chamber Players of the 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
* Hamburg Camerata
* Camerata Freden
* Hamburg Youth Orchestra
* Central German Radio Symphony Orchestra
* German Film Orchestra Babelsberg

jan müller-wieland

born on 30 March 1966 in Hamburg

 

Catalogue of Works

Download

www.sikorski.de

"What is fascinating about this music is that reminiscences of other works and stylistic directions seem to develop absolutely organically out of the composer's own musical language; it is thus as if music history were being transported in a whiff of an allusion in this Piano Quartet." [Claus Woschenko, 'Die Tonkunst'-online-Magazin, Aug.2003]

jan müller-wieland

born on 30 March 1966 in Hamburg


Discographie

"YAMIN" - "POEM DES MORGENS" (POEM OF THE MORNING) -
"DAS GASTSPIEL" (THE GUEST PERFORMANCE) (excerpt) - "ARABESKE"
at Wergo, 6535-2

"TÄNZERIN" (FEMALE DANCER) (Liedstrahl 2) (Song-Ray 2)
at edition zeitklang, ordering No. ez-50003 (Liedstrahl 2)

"DER HELD DER WESTLICHEN WELT"
(THE HERO OF THE WESTERN WORLD), Cologne Opera
Lufthansa/Foundation for Contemporary Music Theatre NRW

"SIEBEN WINDE" (SEVEN WINDS)
at Reflections

"DAS MÄRCHEN DER 672. NACHT"
(THE TALE OF THE 672nd NIGHT) Nordhausen Opera
at Amu-Records Nr.117-2

jan müller-wieland

born on 30 march in Hamburg


Texts by the Composer

"AKZIDENTIEN. Nachtbuchnotiz vom 1. July 2006"
(ACCIDENTS. Journal Entry of 1 July 2006)
Brandauer produces "The Threepenny Opera", Suhrkamp, st 3807)

"HUND UND MUSIK" (DOG AND MUSIC)
('Anfänge')('Beginnings'), Wolke-Verlag, Marion Saxer (ed.))

"ANSICHTEN ÜBER NACHWUCHSFÖRDERUNG UND NEUE MUSIK"
( VIEWS ON FURTHERANCE OF THE COMING GENERATION AND NEW MUSIC)
(Julyus Stern Institute, writings of the University of the Arts in Berlin, Archiv, B 10)

"ALEXANDER SKRYABIN, Piano Works
(Music for the Island, music series,Atlantis/Schott, Peter Ruzicka (Hrsg.), SEM 8364)

"HENZES 'ENKEL' im Fokus des Widerständigen"
(HENZE'S GRANDCHILDREN in the Focus of the Resistance) ('Im Laufe der Zeit' (In the Course of Time),
edition neue zeitschrift f. musik, Schott 2002, Hans-Klaus Jungheinrich (ed.), NZ 5002)

"AUS DEM KLANG HERAUS- Farben, Risse, Prismen bei Helmut Lachenmann und Hans Werner Henze"
(OUT OF THE SOUND - Colours, Fissures, Prisms in the Works of Helmut Lachenmann and Hans Werrner Henze) ('Der Atem des Wanderers' (The Breath of the Wanderer)
ed. neue zeitschrift f. musik, Schott 2006, Hans-Klaus Jungheinrich (ed.), NZ 5011)

"'DIE VERSICHERUNG' ALS OPER - sporadische Erinnerungen aus Komponistensicht"
("THE AFFIRMATION" AS AN OPERA - Sporadic Memories from a Composer's Standpoint)
(Peter Weiss Yearbook, B 12/2003, Röhrig University Publishers)

"ZWISCHEN FANTASIE UND ALLTAG" (BETWEEN IMAGINATION AND EVERYDAY LIFE)
(Interview in the programme booklet to the world premiere of "Die Irre oder nächtlicher Fischfang" (The Madwoman, or Catching Fish at Night), 9/2005, Bonn Opera)

"WOHIN..." (WHITHER…)
(Interview in the programme booklet to the world premiere of "Cain", 9/1992, Hamburg State Opera)

"TIERISCH, NATÜRLICH, JUBELND - über Kunst, Komponieren und die verängstigten Eisklötze im Hirn"
(ANIMALISTIC, NATURAL, JUBILANT) - on Art, Composing and the Frightened Ice Block in the Brain)
(Darmstädter Hefte 2, 1996/97, Darmstadt State Theatre)

"OPER HEUTE - Über das Mitzeichnen des Ja und Nein"
(OPERA TODAY - on the Delineation of the Yes and No)
(Darmstädter Hefte 5, 1997/98, Darmstadt State Theatre)

"DIE SCHICHT IST DÜNN, AUF DER WIR GLEITEN",
(THE LAYER IS THIN BUT WE ARE SLIDING), (Interview, Darmstädter Hefte, 1998/99 on the world premiere of "Die Versicherung - Traum in zwei Phasen" (The Assurance - Dream in Two Phases), Darmstadt State Theatre)

"EIN UHRWERK ALS BEGLEITMUSIK"
(A CLOCK MECHANISM AS ACCOMPANYING MUSIC) (Programme booklet of the Munich Biennale 1992 on the world premiere of "Das Gastspiel" (The Guest Performance)

"BERG IST MEIN HINTERLAND" (BERG IS MY HINTERLAND) (Interview, Musik und Theater, 10/1992)

"DEM ENGEL WERDEN DIE FÜßE GEWASCHEN"
(THE ANGEL'S FEET WILLL BE WASHED) (Interview, Feldkirch Festival catalogue to the world premiere of "König der Nacht")

"SURREALES SPIEL DER PSYCHE" (SURREALISTIC GAME OF THE PSYCHE), (Interview Bühne-Wien (Vienna Stage) 1/2000 on the world premiere of "Das Märchen der 672.Nacht" (The Tale of the 672nd Night)

"ANMERKUNGEN ZU NATHANS TOD" (REMARKS ON NATHAN'S DEATH) (Programme booklet 9/2001 on the world premiere of "Nathans Tod", Theatre Görlitz)

"FIKTIVE VOLKSMUSIK EINER IMAGINÄREN WANDERBÜHNE"
(FICTIVE FOLK MUSIC OF AN IMAGINARY WANDERING STAGE) (Programme booklet 9/1998, Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin)

jan müller-wieland

born on 30 march in Hamburg


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