Michael David Krueger

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Michael David Krueger
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Michael David Krueger (2014)
Born St. Peters, Missouri
Occupation Band Director at Second Presbyterian Department of Fine Arts and Founder of Krugermusik
Website
www.michaeldavidkrueger.com

Michael David Krueger (born 1990) is an American conductor, educator, arranger, and composer.[1] He is also the founder of Kruegermusik, a classical music composing, commissioning, publishing, engraving, and consulting business.[2]

Biography

Krueger was born to Ellen and Charlie Krueger[3] in St. Peters, Missouri. He attended Fort Zumwalt South High School where he played trombone, premiered his first piece, "A Keltic Overture", in May 2006,[4] and was the Drum Major of the Fort Zumwalt South Marching Bulldogs.[5] After graduating, Krueger was the Brass Director of the Fort Zumwalt South Marching Bulldogs for 5 years.[1][2] During his time with Fort Zumwalt South, he also served as the Director of Low Brass at O'Fallon Township High School in O'Fallon, Illinois and the Music Theory Instructor for SIUE Percussion Camp. He founded the Fort Zumwalt South Brass and Percussion Festival, and the Slide 7 Trombone Choir. He also was a private instructor to numerous students.[1][2]

Krueger became the Assistant Conductor of the Butler University Wind Ensemble after moving to Indiana.[6] He also founded the North Meridian Brass Choir in January 2014, and became the Director of Bands at Second Presbyterian Department of Fine Arts in August 2014.

List of compositions and arrangements[1]

Wind Ensemble

  • Concerto for Tuba (2015)
  • Celtic Celebrations (2015)
  • Scenes From Dreams (2015)
  • Symphony No.2 (2014)
  • For Patrick (2013)
  • Symphony No.1 (2010)
  • Looking Down, I Saw The Sky (2010)

Brass Choir

  • Fanfare of Rage (2013)

Chamber Ensembles

  • Concerto for Flute (2015)
  • Concerto for Tuba (2014)
  • Not too… (2014)
  • Ode to… (2014)
  • A Prayer for Haiti (2013)
  • Solo for Alto Saxophone (2012)
  • Waves (2012)
  • Variations on Simplicity (2011)
  • Stuck in Motion (2010)
  • Duet in Hell Major (2010)
  • Dulcius ex asperis (2010)

Choral

  • Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night (2012)

Electronic works

  • GRUMBLE (2015)
  • A Not So Simple Chorale (2015)
  • TROMBONE (2015)

References