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Fabian Weisenberger



Film composer for

- Movie theater

- TV

- Advertising

- Production Music

- Musical

The composer

Fabian Weisenberger is a German film composer. He was born on January 7st, 1990 in Illertissen, 25 kilometers south of Ulm, and began learning the saxophone at the age of eight.


A few years later he decided to turn his passion, music, into his profession. For this reason he attended the vocational school for music in Krumbach, Swabia, in order to develop his skills there with the saxophone (main subject) and piano (compulsory subject). During this time he also gained his first experience in conducting.


He then moved to Augsburg to complete his Bachelor of Music at the Leopold Mozart Center. The training included the subjects of saxophone, piano, ear training, rock-pop-jazz media and harmony.


After completing his bachelor's degree, he completed another degree as Media Composer FH at SET School. In order to expand his musical and film dramaturgical knowledge, he attended two seminars by the Swiss film composer Marcel Barsotti . He is known for his work in the films "The Miracle of Bern" and "The Popess".  


Weisenberger has also been an audio engineer since 2019. He graduated from HOFA College. He also attended the Master Class Arranging for Big Bands & String with the German jazz musician Chris Walden

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