He is clarinetist and electronic-musician with a strong love for experimental noise, transdisciplinary collaborations and being en route. He completed his classical studies at the Conservatory for Music & Theater in Berne and works since then as improvising electronic-musician, electro-acoustic bass-clarinetist and composer with a conceptual approach.
He realized numerous works with the duo Strøm (with Gaudenz Badrutt) and also in national and international projects. As member of Strøm and as a solo musician he created several sound installations and audiovisual pieces and also worked in multimedia-based contexts with dancers and performers. He collaborates and has collaborated in diverse constellations for concerts, a. m. o. with the musicians Christian Kobi, Martin Schütz, Hans Koch, Tomas Korber, Jonas Kocher, Bertrand Denzler, Jacques Demierre, Michael Thieke, Julian Sartorius, Burkhard Beins, Oren Ambarchi, Kurt Liedwart, Ilia Belorukov, Alexei Borisov, dieb13, Yan Jun, Cristián Alvear, Loenel Kaplan, … Since 2010 he works with the writer Regina Dürig as Butterland, an interdisciplinary project that combines text and sound. Furthermore, he works continously in various contexts and in various bands like DEER, IMO, Convulsif or Myrmek. He composed the music for more than 30 theater pieces and dance performances, he works regularly with the director Barbara-David Brüesch and the Vienna based mexican-swiss dance and performance company nadaproductions.
His projects brought him to travel a lot, in the last couple years he was in nearly every European country, Iceland, China and Hong Kong, Chile and Argentina, where he usually works with local musicians and enjoys the local cuisine.
Additionally to his own music, Christian Müller regularly organizes concerts, among them the Ear We Are, an international festival for improvised music in Biel, Switzerland. He also curates the label deszpot.
Christian Müller lives in Biel, Switzerland.

For more information visit www.christianmueller.me