Instructor of Music Composition and Theory, Interlochen Arts Camp
D.M.A., University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music; M.M., Bowling Green State University; B.A., Northern Michigan University
Robert Mueller has been on the faculty at the University of Arkansas since 1988, where he conducts the University Symphony Orchestra and teaches composition and music theory. He is also the pianist for the Fort Smith Symphony. His music has been performed nationwide by several orchestras including the Cincinnati, Omaha, Lansing, Midland, Arkansas, Missoula, Midland, Marquette, and North Arkansas Symphonies. He has been commissioned by the Fort Smith Symphony, the North Arkansas Symphony, the Cleveland Institute of Music, the Lyrique Quintette, the Chow Brothers duo piano ensemble, Spectrum Trio, James Umble and the Cleveland Duo, the Toledo Trio, Reed Rush, and several University of Arkansas ensembles, including the University Symphony Orchestra, the Symphonic Band, the Brass Choir, the Bassoon Ensemble, and the Double Reed Ensemble. His music has been published by Bocal Music Company and C. Alan Publications.