The Swiss composer Michael Pelzel (*1978) studied in Lucerne, Basel, Stuttgart, Berlin and Karlsruhe, among others, piano with Ivan Klánsky, organ with Jakob Wittwer, Martin Sander, Ludger Lohmann and Guy Bovet, composition with Dieter Ammann, Detlev Müller-Siemens, Georg-Friedrich Haas, Hanspeter Kyburz and Wolfgang Rihm, and music theory with Roland Moser and Balz Trümpy. Michael Pelzel works as a freelance composer and organist, teaches music theory at music academies and held composition workshops at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, among others. He attended master classes with Tristan Murail, Beat Furrer, Michaël Jarrell, Klaus Huber, Brian Ferneyhough, György Kurtág, Helmut Lachenmann and others. As an organist he has been a guest at major churches and cathedrals worldwide. Interpreters of his compositions include such orchestras as the klangforum wien, the ensemble recherche, the quatuor diotima, the Arditti Quartet, the ensemble intercontemporain and many others.
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