Singers Male

Christian Alexander Müller

is one of the Leading Men of Musical Theater in German speaking Europe. His first professional job was the First Boy in Mozart’s „Magic Flute“. After graduating from University of Rostock and Weimar he was seen „Fame“ (Nick) in Chemnitz, Enjolras, Javert and „Les Misérables“ (Enjolras, Javert and Marius) in Chemnitz, Detmold, Berlin and Dessau), „Elisabeth“ (Luigi Lucheni, Emperor Franz Joseph) in Essen, Disney’s „Aida“ (Radames, Zoser) in Essen. Christian had his break-through as „the Phantom“ in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s „Phantom of the Opera“ and was then the „youngest Phantom ever“. He re-created the role at the big Anniversary concert in Vienna’s Raimundtheater. Other roles: Tony in Bernstein’s „West Side Story“ in many German cities i.e. Bad Hersfelder Festspiele, Magdeburg, Leipzig, Jamie in Jason Robert Brown’s „The Last Five Years“, Che in „Evita“ (Chemnitz, Dortmund, Coburg), Emperor Franz Joseph on the European Tour of „Elisabeth“ (Trieste, Italy), the Count in Frank Wildhorn’s „Count of Monte Cristo“ in Leipzig, Anatoly in „Chess in Gera, Alternburg, Magaldi in „Evita“ (Chemnitz, Kassel, Wiesbaden). In Austria’s Landestheater Linz he starred as Lord Ravenal in „Showboat“ and Jean Valjean in „Les Misérables“, went back to Germany as Jesus in „Jesus Christ Superstar“ (Bad Gandesheimer Domfestspiele) and as Petrucchio/Fred in „Kiss Me Kate“ at Staatstheater Nürnberg, followed by Dracula in Frank Wildhorn’s „Dracula“ (Bremerhaven). He was teaching voice at University of Leipzig (Hochschule für Musik und Theater) and also directed „Last Five Years“, „Babytalk“, „December Songs“, “Songs for a new World” and “Tell me on a Sunday”. In 2013 he established Heartmade Production, a production company.