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Maximilian Guth started composing at the age of 12. Since then, he has studied composition and visited workshops. His teachers include Prof. Dr. Benjamin Lang, Prof. Christoph Hempel, Prof. Tobias Rokahr, Prof. Maria Baptist, Thierry Blandeau and Annette Schlünz. Maximilian Guth finished his studies of Music in the department of Gifted and Highly Talented Children at the HMTM Hannover in 2009 with distinction. From 2010 to 2017 he studied music with composition as his major subject, and furthermore he studied Protestant theology. Since 2017 he has been studying Historical and contemporary composition at the Hochschule for music Hanns Eisler Berlin. Maximilian Guth got some national und international awards for his compositions (2017 1st prize at the International Composer Competition for orchestra, Hamburger Camerata). He has worked together with some prestigious ensembles like ensemble recherche (Freiburg), Staatskapelle Halle, Ensemble Horizonte Detmold, Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie and Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie Herford. His compositions are inspired by the interaction of different cultures and religions. Maximilan Guth is the artistic director and composer of the international Asambura-Ensemble (since 2014) and the conductor of the orchestra of the Medical School Göttingen Camerata Medica (since 2015).