Piano Quintets



First name: Alexander
Last name: Mullenbach
Dates: 1949
Category: Quintet
Nationality: Luxembourger
Opus name: Klavierquintett (1999)
Publisher: Doblinger
Peculiarities: http://db.musicaustria.at/node/152084 http://www.doblinger-musikverlag.at/dyn/kataloge/99_110_Katalog_Streicher_DIGI_150211.pdf
Information: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Alexander Mullenbach (born 1949) is a Luxembourg pianist, composer and conductor. Since 2002, he has been director of the International Summer Academy at the Mozarteum in Salzburg.[1] Born in Luxembourg City on 23 January 1949, Mullenbach studied piano, chamber music and composition at the Conservatoire de Paris and at the Salzburg Mozarteum where his teachers included Gerhard Wimberger and Cesar Bresgen. From 1970, he taught piano at the Conservatoire de Luxembourg and, from 1981, composition. Since then, he has also taught at the Mozarteum. Since 1978, he has composed over 100 works, of which thirteen for symphony orchestra, as well as an Opera. They have been performed at major music festivals in Salzburg, Echternach, Strasbourg, St.Petersburg, London, Vienna and Munich.