In young years, Georges Sadeler's interest in composing and arranging was aroused by his father and later by his two teachers Marco Pütz and Claude Lenners, both teachers at the Conservatory of Music of Luxembourg.
His first steps in arrangement and assignments for several Marching and Wind Bands marked the emergence of his own style, which led him to explore the vast possibilities of both contemporary and classical music. He is very interested in creating new sound colors and techniques for various line-ups. In 2017 he won the First Prize of the 4th International Composition Competition “Artistes en Herbe” Luxembourg 2017 in the “Senior” category and in 2021 the First Prize of the 6th International Composition Competition for Marches "Citta di Allumiere" in category "Concert March". Since then, some of his works were played in Luxembourg, Belgium, The Netherlands, Portugal, Italy, Canada and USA.
Commissioned by the Ministry of Culture (L) and dedicated to "Luxembourg Military Band"
Commissioned by "UGDA Music School" and dedicated to "National Youth Wind Orchestra Luxembourg, (NYWOL)", conducted by François Schammo for the occasion of a tour through Canada/USA 2019
Dedicated to "Fanfare Royale Grand-Ducale Luxembourg-Grund – Fetschenhof – Cents – Pulvermühl" (L), conducted by François Schammo
Commissioned by "Fanfare Frisange" (L) on the occasion for its 100th anniversary
Dedicated to Vanessa Lommer and Romy Werner, members of "Musique Militaire Grand-Ducale" (L)
Commissioned by “Leidelenger Musek” (L) for the occasion for its 125th anniversary
Commissioned by "Armée luxembourgeoise" on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of the "Musique Militaire Grand-Ducale" and the 50th anniversary of Voluntary Service of Army Luxembourg
Dedicated to Catarina and Valter de Pereira Matos
Commissioned by and dedicated to "Concordia Erpeldange" for its 50th anniversary
commissioned and dedicated to the "Christmas Jumpers", Saxophone Ensemble of the Conservatory of Esch, conducted by Jessica Quintus
commissioned by "De klenge Maarnicher Festival" (L) and dedicated to Øystein Baadsvik and the brass quintett "Magnifica"
First Prize of the 4th International Composition Competition “Artistes en Herbe” Luxembourg 2017 in the “Senior” category
Solo for Trombone and Band by Manfred Schneider
Publisher: Molenaar Edition
dedicated to Portavoci (D) and its conductor Nicolas Billaux
Dedicated to Raoul Christophe, bandleader of “Opus 78” (L)