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Helmut Müller-Brühl studied theology and philosophy as well as musicology at the Humanistisches Gymnasium in Brühl. He went on to study the viola and conducting as well as music theory, and participated in masterclasses given by the distinguished violinist Wolfgang Schneiderhan at Lucerne. In 1958 he invited the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, founded by the conductor Hermann Abendroth, to be the principal orchestra for the concerts given in his family home, the Schloss Brühl, following which the orchestra’s conductor, Erich Kraak, called on Müller-Brühl to become its chief conductor in 1964.
Müller-Brühl specialised in working with young instrumentalists, and nurtured the careers of many of today’s successful musicians. He died on 3 January 2012.
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