Tobin James Mueller

Tobin Mueller's artistic career spans time, genres, medium, and artistic field. A renowned playright, director, and musician, Tobin brings decades of experience in all of his crafts to bear in powerful musical repertoire that includes theatrical work, jazz, new age, and rock.

Tobin's debut album with Simig Media records is the vibrant solo piano work, "Morning Whispers." In May 2007, Tobin's sophomore Simig Media Records album, "13 Masks," was released.

An artist and entrepreneur in many fields, Tobin is an award-winning composer, playwright, lyricist, author, digital artist, director and producer. He is a member of ASCAP and the Dramatist Guild (NYC) . He's also written two novels, two works of nonfiction, several collections of poetry, two symphonies, a ballet, and a series of children's musicals. In 1994, he was inducted into the United Nations’ 1994 Global 500 Roll of Honor for his work with youths and the environment worldwide.

Tobin has had the good fortune of recording with Dave Brubeck, Ken Schaphorst, Donny McCaslin, Dane Richeson, Woody Mankowski, and Janet Planet, among others. He's also worked with some wonderful artistic talent on Artsforge.com collaborations (which he founded in 1998), creating video games and eBooks.  In the New York City area he co-founding a unique non-profit arts endowment organization, ArtsNexus, devoted to awarding monetary grants to new and established performing artists. 

A native of Wisconsin, Tobin has served as past president of the Wisconsin Theatre Association - Children’s Theatre Division and was a Wisconsin Arts Board Artist from 1989-93. Among the awards received by his internationally recognized CenterStage Children's Theatre Troupe are the 1994 Wisconsin Association of Environmental Educators’ “Earthguard Award” and the 1993 Midwest Renewable Energy Association’s “Environmental Excellence Award”. His youth musical "To Save the Planet" has been performed over 400 times in seven countries.

Tobin attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Marquette University, and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, studying musical composition, physics and journalism. 

A long-time supporter of collaborative efforts, Tobin is a Moderator at Macjams.com, a website dedicated to songwriting, home studio production and music collaboration.

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