Heime Müller (Violin)
1970 born in Hamburg, he studied under Marianne Petersen, Uwe-Martin Haiberg, Ulf Hoelscher and Nora Chastain. He took courses at Hermann Krebbers, Ida Haendel.
From 1991 to 2007, he was 1st or 2nd violinist in the Artemis Quartet. Teachers and mentors of the Quartet were Walter Levin and the Alban Berg Quartet, decisive impulses came by György Kurtág, the Juilliard and the Emerson Quartet. The Quartet won the German music competition, the ARD competition and the Premio Paolo Borciani. With Artemis Quartet Heime Müller performed about 900 concerts on all major Chamber music stages in the world. You can listen to him on releases by Virgin Records, which are awarded with the Deutscher Schallplattenpreis, the Diapason d'Or, the Choc du monde an Echo prize. Health reasons forced Heime Müller 2007 to retire from concert life.
Heime Müller is professor of violin and chamber music at the Musikhochschule Lübeck and professor of Chamber music at the Escuela Superior de musica Reina Sofia in Madrid. Beneath Uttwil Master Classes he gives courses at Oberstdorfer music summer, the international campus of Chamber music Weikersheim, the Dutch String Quartet Academy and the Festival d'Aix en-Provence and Schleswig-Holstein.
Korrepetitor 2017: Stefan Veskovic