Guido Müller was captivated by the sound of the violin from an early age. At the age of 14 he became a student of the combined preliminary training of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, where he came under the care of Qui van Woerdekom. In 1996 he graduated with Ilya Grubert as a performing musician with teacher’s endorsement. After graduating, he took lessons or masterclasses with Herman Krebbers, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Pavel Vernikov and Zinaida Gilels, among others.

Because Guido’s heart lies in teaching, he has opted from the outset to combine a teaching practice as a violin teacher with an appointment as a violinist in the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra. He has also played in the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, the Nieuw Ensemble, the Amsterdam Bach Soloists and the Nieuw Sinfonietta.

Since 2004 he has also been active as a conductor. He acquired his skills mainly in England; George Hurst was his most important mentor.