Andreas Bäuml (b. 1991) is a composer of concert music whose work has been performed by Les Métaboles, Tana Quartet, Hebrides Ensemble, œnm œsterreichisches ensemble fuer neue musik, NAMES Ensemble, and Ensemble Zahir. His music regularly features in concerts across Europe, including at the Crossroads International New Music Festival Salzburg and Druskomanija Festival.
Andreas holds a Bachelor of Music (with Honours) from King’s College London, where he was awarded the Adams Prize in Music for his excellent grades (2016). He later graduated from Mozarteum University of Salzburg with a master’s degree in Composition where he studied with Johannes Maria Staud, Reinhard Febel and Achim Bornhöft. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in physics from LMU Munich.
In recent years Andreas has participated in composition academies and workshops such as ARCo Composers Academy 2019, to learn from some of the most distinguished composers today, including Frédéric Durieux, Bernhard Gander, Yann Robin, Yuval Shaked and George Benjamin.
Photography: Ikumi Yamauchi