Fritz Münch succeeded his father as conductor of the Choeur de Saint-Guillaume in Strasbourg. From he was a professor of music at the University of Strasbourg. From he was conductor of the Orchestre Municipal de Strasbourg.
Fritz Münch (2 June ) was a French musicologist and conductor. Born in Strasbourg, he was the son of organist and conductor Ernst Münch, the brother of renowned conductor Charles Munch, and the cousin of conductor Hans Münch. He began his studies at the Strasbourg Conservatory and then pursued further studies in Leipzig, Berlin, and Paris. He then joined the faculty of the Strasbourg Conservatory as a professor of music history, and eventually succeeded his father as the school's director in One of his notable students was Ernest Bour. He also succeeded his father as the conductor of the lauded Chœur Saint-Guillaume at Saint William's Church, Strasbourg with whom he made several recordings and radio appearances.
Fritz Münch (Conductor) Born: June 2, Strasbourg, France The French choir-master and professor of music, Fritz Münch, was the son of Ernest Münch, founder of the Chœur Saint-Guillaume, and a critically important figure in the Bach revival in Alsace.