Gaspar Müller teaches classical guitar, contemporary guitar (Jazz, Blues, Pop, Rock and Heavy electric guitar and Folk acoustic guitar). He also teaches Latin American musical styles (Tango, Bossa Nova, Bolero, etc.), ukulele and cavaquinho, as well as composition and arrangement at the Shine School of Music.
Gaspar Müller hails from Buenos Aires (Argentina). Barcelona has been his home since 2001, where he completed his musical composition studies at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC). He interprets different styles such as jazz, rock and classical music, and specialises in the Tango of his native Argentina and in the music of South America.
He writes music for theatre, short films and for television (Canal BTV – Barcelona and Canal Encuentro – Buenos Aires). He has participated in various albums, including “Cafferatta” –with Palermo 5–, “Muchachos tonight …” and “Por los barrios” –with El Repique– “9 de julio” and “Un momento” – with El Piropo– and “Cambio de habit” –with Anonimus Big Band.
As a guitar and bandoneón player, he has performed at the Liceo Theater in Salamanca, the Victoria Eugenia in San Sebastián, the Concertgebow in Vereeniging (Holland), the Town Hall in Cheltenham (England), the Sala Béla Bartók in Puchheim (Germany), the Castell de Bellver (Palma) –with the OSIB– and the Auditori de Barcelona –with the Ensemble Martinu, among other venues.
As a composer and arranger, he writes for various chamber and orchestral ensembles. He was awarded the first prize in the City of Badalona Composition Contest (2004), the Eight Contest of the International Tango Festival Nijmegen (2011) –with his quartet El Repique– and the Treu la teva millor versió contest (Palma, 2020); and is a finalist in the contests: Joaquim Maideu (Vic, 2004), in the Gitarrentage für Kinder im Saarland (Lebach, Germany) twice (2010 and 2012), and in the composition contest with Anonimus Big Band (Buenos Aires, 2018).
Since 2003 he has taught classes on instrument, harmony, musical language and composition, and has held workshops on the history and interpretation of tango. He is currently a performer and arranger for the Dragonera Tango and El Piropo groups and a composer for the Lalalá opera company.
Guitar & arrangement:
Bandoneón & arrangement:
- Contemporary Guitar – Jazz & Blues, Electric (Pop & Rock/Heavy), Acoustic (Folk)
- Latin American Music Style (Tango, Bossa Nova etc.)
- Classic Guitar
Composition and Arrangement Classes