Meyer-Lutz, Wilhelm



Organist and conductor; born at Münnerstadt, near Kissingen. At Würtzburg he studied under Eisenhofer and Keller. In 1848 he went to England, where he played the organ at Birmingham and Leeds and later at St. George's Roman Catholic Church in London. From 1851 to 1855 he conducted the orchestra at the Surrey Theatre, and since 1869 he has been conductor at the Gaiety Theatre. He has written eight operas, some chamber-music and several masses.