Michael A. Goldberg

Michael A. Goldberg also Michael Allen, (born as Michael Mueller) is a composer, producer and author from Germany. Born at the 02 of June 1970 in Saarland. At the age of 13 years he began guitar and singing lessons. After his study at the Hotel Management School in Bavaria and some years of work experience in Germany, the Caribbean and the USA, he decided to devote himself in 2000 completely to his love to the music.

He wrote music for commercials and worked as a executive producer for music videos in New York and Germany. "Xavier Naidoo" and "Die Söhne Mannheims" helped him to become a music producer. Thus he accompanied the productions of her albums "Zion" and „Zwischenspiel – Alles für den Herrn“.

After the foundation of Allen-Art-Entertainment in 2003, international orders followed as a composer, producer and coproducer, among the rest, with: Marwenna Diame Jones (Boyz II Men, Ronan Keating, Geri Halliwell and The Simpsons) with Ian Tompson (Manfred Mann Earth Band and Meera Fé) in London as well as with the producer Chris Palmer ("Café of D'Afrique", Renault and "The Lion King") in Johannesburg.

With the author Simon Ash and Roger Waters Product Manager Dick Tee, he conceived the Rex Roman Pink Floyd Musical "Wish you where here". For the song "Angels“ by the band "Zeitlos" he received a nomination for the „German Pop Music Award“.

After the foundation of his production company "Michael A. Goldberg Films ®", he devoted himself increasingly to the film composition, the sound design, the film production as well as the work as an author. He has worked on various national and international television productions, music videos, image films, screenplays and audio books, including with ARD, ZDF, Arte, "Network Movie" and "Xtreme Video".