Julian Mörth - Dirigent, Komponist und Pianist

"Without music, life would be a mistake."

- Friedrich Nietzsche


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Freitag, 29.09.23 um 19:30 Uhr im Großen Saal

Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst

Eschersheimer Landstraße 29, 60322 Frankfurt a. M.

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I am a conductor, composer and pianist, living in Mainz and Frankfurt.

I write classical music for almost every possible combination of instruments. The main part of my work consists of sacred choral music for mixed choir, but I have also written many chamber music works for various ensembles as well as some orchestral and piano works.

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You can find more information about me in the biography section.



I founded the Mörth Singers in January 2019 with the aim of performing choral music at a high level.


Since 2017 I have been conducting the Ebersheimer Kammerorchester, a small orchestra of music-loving amateurs.


I have been the director of the Main-Taunus-Kammerchor since September 2022. The choir consists of over 50 amateur singers and performs concerts twice a year in the region around Bad Soden im Taunus.


Julian Mörth was born in Rotterdam in 1990 and grew up in Mainz, where he received his first piano lessons at the age of eight. From 2004-2009 he was a student at the Peter Cornelius Conservatory in Mainz, studying piano (Wolfgang Nieß, Uwe Zeutzheim), clarinet, composition (Gerhard Fischer-Münster) and singing (Joachim Keuper). In 2010 he began his bachelor's piano studies at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz with Prof. Karin Germer and Prof. Andrzej Pikul, which he completed in 2014. He took several master classes in the south of France with Janine Laroche and Prof. Jacques Rouvier, as well as in Poland and Spain with Prof. Andrzej Pikul. He also took further composition lessons with Cord Meijering in 2012.

From 2021 to 2023, Julian Mörth studied master's choral conducting at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts with Prof. Florian Lohmann.

Julian Mörth has been composing since he was nine years old. In addition to some works for piano, various chamber music ensembles and orchestra, he also composes a lot for choir, inspired by his five-year membership in the Mainz Cathedral Choir. His work now includes more than 100 pieces. Julian Mörth has received several awards for his works at various composition competitions, including the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco Composition Competition and the International Carol Composition Contest of the Brazos Valley Chorale in Texas. This was followed by further competition victories in America and Croatia, as well as performances of his works in the USA, Mexico, England and Germany.