Till Fabian Weser was born in Bloomington, Indiana, USA in 1965.
He completed his studies and attended courses in conducting, amongst others, with Carl St. Clair, Sir Roger Norrington, and Professor Wolfgang Schäfer as well as at the Donald Thulean Conducting Workshop in San Francisco. Moreover, he has worked as an assistant to Zoltán Peskó and Ingo Metzmacher. Till Fabian Weser’s special artistic interests are the points of intersection of early music and contemporary music as well as jazz. In his - still only starting - career he can look back on many successful concerts on a national, German, as well as an international level, such as at the International Music Festival in Lucerne, at the Rheingau Music Festival, or in the “Tonhalle” in Düsseldorf. In March of 2002 he accepted an invitation by the Jena Philharmonic Orchestra and at short notice stood in for conductor John Axelrod. With a great response from both the audiences and the press he performed works by George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, and Ralph Towner. Since 2003 Till Fabian Weser has repeatedly conducted the German Chamber Academy in Neuss and released new impulses there. He leads special ensembles such as the Big Band of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, the Transit Orchestra, the ensemble bach, blech & blues, and he has already worked with leading interpreters of different styles like Sabine Meyer, Wayne Marshall, Kenny Wheeler, and Markus Stockhausen. Several composers of new music and jazz have composed works for Till Fabian Weser. CD and DVD productions have been released by BERLIN CLASSICS and DENON. He has been a member of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra since 1994 and took over the artistic line of the Summer Opera Bamberg 2005.

Collaboration with the following ensembles (selection)
· Duesseldorfer Symphoniker
· Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra
· Jena Philharmonic Orchestra
· Summer Opera Bamberg (artistic director)
· German Chamber Academy in Neuss
· Bamberg Baroque Orchestra
· New Symphony Orchestra
· Choir of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra
· Transit Orchestra
· Big Band of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra
· ensemble bach, blech & blues

Collaboration with the following soloists (selection)
· Sabine Meyer (clarinet)
· Wolfgang Meyer (clarinet)
· Caroline Stein (soprano)
· Julia Rempe (soprano)
· Wayne Marshall (organ)
· Markus Stockhausen (trumpet)
· Till Brönner (jazz trumpet)

Concerts (selection)
· International Music Festival in Lucerne
· Rheingau Music Festival
· International Beethoven Festival in Bonn
· “Tonhalle” in Düsseldorf
· Summer concerts of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra
· New Year’s Eve Concert of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra
· “Traumzeitfestival” in Duisburg

Productions / live recordings
· Berlin Classics
· Bayerischer Rundfunk
· WDR-television