Thomas Meyer-Fiebig

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Thomas Meyer-Fiebig (born April 3, 1949 in Bielefeld ) is a German composer and concert organist as well as professor emeritus of the Kunitachi College of Music Tokyo.


Thomas Meyer-Fiebig grew up as the son of a pastor at the Neustädter Marienkirche in Bielefeld and thus came into contact with organ and organ music at an early age.

After graduating from the Ratsgymnasium Bielefeld, he studied composition with Johannes Driessler and Giselher Klebe as well as school music and music education at the Detmold State University of Music .

After several years of teaching at the youth music school in Lemgo and at the same time various church music collaboration in the local St. Nikolaigemeinde, Thomas Meyer-Fiebig became a lecturer in composition at the Kunitachi College of Music Tokyo in 1978.

In 1989 he was appointed professor and in 1996, in addition, to head a master class in composition as a major at the Graduate School of the KCM Tokyo.

After his retirement in 2015, Thomas Meyer-Fiebig was appointed "Professor hc of the Kunitachi College of Music".

Organ and chamber music are at the center of his compositional work.

The organistic repertoire includes music from all epochs from the Middle Ages to the present.

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