Conservatory of Music
Joseph Mueller has firmly established himself as a virtuosic performer and sought-after instructor in the greater Columbus area.Mr. Mueller was appointed adjunct instructor of cello at Capital University in 2011. In addition to his duties at Capital University, Mr. Mueller is principal cello of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra and section cello in the Newark-Granville Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Mueller has appeared as soloist with the Capital University/Bexley Community Orchestra, where he is also principal cello. Mr. Mueller completed a Master of Music degree in Cello Performance from the University of Oklahoma where he held the position of graduate assistant and was a member of the Crouse String Quartet. Mr. Mueller was a member of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and was principal cello in the Oklahoma University Symphony Orchestra. He also holds a degree in Cello Performance from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. His primary teachers have been Emilio Colon, Jonathan Ruck and Sabrina Lackey. Mr. Mueller has performed master classes for Janos Starker, Lynn Harrell, Andrés Diaz, Helga Winold, Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, William Preucil, Peter Salaff, and the Cavani String Quartet. Mr. Mueller began his studies at the age of six in the Suzuki method.
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Master of Music, Cello Performance, University of Oklahoma Bachelor of Music, Cello Performance, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University Bloomington