Roman Bislin-Wild


Roman Bislin-Wild is a Swiss composer, music professor and pianist. Born 1970, he grew up in Sankt Gallen and studied Musicology and Ethnomusicology at the University of Zürich. Further studies include Music Pedagogy at the Musikakademie of Sankt Gallen as well as Composition and Arranging.

Roman has composed numerous sacred choral works and musicals. He combines characteristics of traditional, classical choral music with a variety of other musical styles including gospel, jazz and Latin rhythms and enjoys using elements of folk-music whether it be of Irish-, Latin American or Swiss origin. Over the years, Roman Bislin-Wild has composed more than 60 oratorios, masses, cantatas and other choral works. His Gallus Oratorio premiered in the Cathedral of Sankt Gallen in 2012.

In addition to composing, Roman teaches piano, keyboard, music theory and improvisation at the music school in Toggenburg and is professor of music theory, arranging and piano at the University of Teacher Education in Sankt Gallen. He is church musician in Uzwil and Unteres Toggenburg and as pianist, performs regularly in various jazz, pop and musical theater formations.

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Works by Roman Bislin-Wild

Festival performances of works by Roman Bislin-Wild

Call for Scores submissionWorld premiere

LFCCM 2021