Robert Moeling

Artist Teacher in the Michael P. Hammond Preparatory Program

2247 Alice Pratt Brown Hall

A native of the Netherlands, pianist Robert Moeling has received international acclaim as a soloist, chamber musician and recording artist. He has been a concerto soloist with orchestras such as the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and the Denver Chamber Orchestra. As a collaborative artist he has performed with the likes of Joshua Bell, Cho Liang Lin, Lynn Harrell and Karl Leister. He is a frequent guest with organizations such as the Park City Chamber Music Society, the Sitka Festival, the Amsterdam Chamber Music Society, Anchorage Winter Classics Chamber Music International, Dallas and the Texas Music Festival.

A devoted pedagogue, he has held posts at the University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee, the Wisconsin Conservatory, Bethany College, Concordia University and Codarts, the University for the Performing Arts in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He is currently Artist Teacher of piano in the preparatory program at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music. Together with flutist Leone Buyse and clarinetist Michael Webster, Moeling is pianist of The Webster Trio, in residence at Rice University.

Among his numerous, critically acclaimed, recordings are the complete cello and piano works of Mendelssohn, Sonatas of Brahms and Liszt, songs of Brahms, the complete piano works of Dutch composer Willem Pijper and World Wide Webster, a recent Webster Trio CD with works of Debussy, Dvorak, Brahms and Gottschalk.

Moeling has been artistic director of the Wisconsin Conservatory’s Faculty/Guest Artist Series and the Ling Chamber Society in Lindsborg, Kansas. With his wife, flutist Patrice Moeling, he is currently co-artistic director of HausMusik in Houston, Texas.

After a performance of the late maestro’s piano works, Leonard Bernstein called Robert Moeling “an exceptionally sensitive performer”.