Stephan Möller, Klavier

Stephan Möller
Stephan Möller first gained prominence as a prizewinner at the 1985 International Beethoven Competition in Vienna. Since then his busy concert schedule has taken him to Japan, China, North and South America as well as all over Europe.

Performing all the standard repertoire, Stephan Möller has concentrated especially on the interpretation of the Viennese Classics, in particular Beethoven, as well as on Franz Liszt's paraphrases of Wagner opera scenes and new compositions for the computer-assisted Bösendorfer concert grand piano. Stephan Möller was born in Hamburg and studied piano and conducting at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. From 1983 to 1989, he worked at the Salzburg Festival with Herbert von Karajan and other world-renowned conductors.

Since 1990, he holds a teaching position at the University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He is frequently invited to hold masterclasses and lectures. 1999 he founded the "VIP Academy", a successful summer festival for young pianists in Vienna. He is president of the Vienna International Pianists Association.