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Michael Krueger

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Michael Krueger

Biography

Michael David Krueger (b. 1990, Saint Peters, Mo.) is an American composer and educator.

Mr. Krueger holds a Bachelor of Music degree in music composition from Southern Illinois-Edwardsville and a Master of Music degree in composition from Butler University. His primary teachers include Michael Schelle, Robert Grechesky, John Bell, Michael Colburn, Kimberly Archer, and Jim Martin.

He serves as the director of instrumental studies and adjunct professor of music theory at Notre Dame College (Euclid, Ohio).

Mr. Krueger's most significant compositional output is for wind ensemble, chamber ensembles and marching groups. In 2014, he was a featured composer with the Truman State University Wind Ensemble at the CBDNA Southwest Conference. He has received commissions from many ensembles and soloists. Recently, a consortium of sixteen band was formed to commission Kreuger's Symphony No. 3.


Works for Winds


References

  • McKenzie, Colin R. "For Patrick." In Teaching Music through Performance in Band. Volume 11, Compiled and edited by Richard Miles, 184-191. Chicago: GIA Publications, 2018.
  • "Michael Krueger, M.M." Notre Dame College. Web. Accessed 26 June 2018
  • Michael Krueger, personal correspondence, July 2018