Homepage: www.matsmoller.com. Johannes Möller
studied the flute with Börje Mårelius and history of Music at the University of Stockholm before he entered the Royal College of Music in Stockholm where he studied with Stig Bengtson. After further studies with André Jaunet in Zürich in the beginning of the 80s he has freelanced in Swedish symphony and opera orchestras as well as chamber ensembles, often with contemporary music on the programme.
Mats Möller also works as a producer and a coordinator of different cultural projects. His double cd "Solo per flauto" (SFZ 2001) which was released in 2000 has been much acclaimed in Sweden and abroad.
began his guitar studies at the municipal music school in Gnesta, with Roland Fridh. For several years Johannes attended the Guitar Summer Academies at Ingesund Music High School, where he met and studied with many top guitarists from Sweden and other countries. After studying with Bo Hansson at the Södra Latin High School of Music in Stockholm he was admitted as a full time scholarship student at the Royal College of Music in London in 2001.
During the season 2001-02 Johannes Möller received a scholarship from the Royal Swedish Academy of Music and has won prizes in guitar competitions in England, Germany and Romania, including a first prize in the international guitar competition in Gevels-berg. In November 2002 Johannes was awarded the Cultural Prize of the Council of Södermanland.
made their debut in 1995, and have since given more than 120 concerts around Sweden. They have performed most of the standard repertoire for flute and guitar (Carulli, Piazzolla, Giuliani, Ibert, Castelnuovo-Tedesco and others) as well as contemporary music, and have taken special interest in mixing different styles of contemporary music in their programmes.