Bio

Alexandria (Alex) Mueller is a composer for films, games and other media. She studied film music composition at Berklee College of Music and holds a BA in Music from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point where she studied composition with Charles Rochester Young.

Alex has composed music extensively for orchestra, wind band and choir. She has had works performed by ensembles of all ages and abilities and has won several awards for her compositions, including the James and Paula Nelson Young Composers Competition (Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra 2013), Kenwood Symphony (Minneapolis, MN) composition contest, and the UW-Stevens Point Music Department’s Wind Ensemble Composition Contest. Alex served as Teaching Artist in the Very Young Composers’ Project, a program that invites fourth and fifth grade students to create their own music, and is currently on the Board of Directors of the Very Young Composers of Central Wisconsin.

Alex and her mentor, composer Sean McMahon at the Twin Cities premiere of the film "400 Days." Alex played viola on Sean's score

Alex and her mentor, composer Sean McMahon at the Twin Cities premiere of the film "400 Days." Alex played viola on Sean's score