Gabriel and Ann Barbier-Mueller (Photo by Haynsworth Photography)
Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller will serve as Honorary Chairs for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League 33rd Annual Presentation Ball which will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the Meyerson Symphony Center. They are longtime supporters of the DSO and the Dallas community.
Dallas-born Ann Barbier-Mueller Swiss-born Gabriel Barbier-Mueller have three grown children, Alexis, Niña, and Oliver. Daughter Niña is a former debutante and sons Alexis and Oliver served in the Honor Guard. Ann has been involved in a multitude of community organizations, including serving as the past Ball Chair of the Dallas Museum of Art, past Luncheon Chair of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, past Luncheon Chair of the National Kidney Foundation and past Luncheon Chair of Family Gateway. She is currently on the Board of TACA, the Board of Baylor Health Care System Foundation, and is a past Board of Trustees Member of the DMA and the DSO.
Ann and Gabriel have established The Samurai Collection, one of the most complete and largest array of samurai armor in the world displayed in the only museum outside of Japan. The Samurai Collection is one of the few museums in Dallas that is free and open to the public for the Dallas community and its families to enjoy.
Gabriel is the founder and CEO of Harwood International. Mr. Barbier-Mueller’s signature development is the award-winning District of Harwood in Uptown Dallas as well as his growing portfolio of properties and development projects in London, Beverly Hills, Zurich, Geneva, and Paris.
Gabriel is a member of the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MOMA) and is the Legacy Chairman of the Business Council for the Arts. He also serves as Honorary Consul of Switzerland for North Texas and is serving on the board of SMU’s Cox School of Business, past Executive Council Member of the Real Estate Finance and Investment Center at the University of Texas at Austin, and past Board Member of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin (’04 – ‘07) and past Board of Trustees Member of the Dallas Museum of Art. Gabriel is a former member of the Dallas-Lone Star Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and an active member of both World President’s Organization (WPO) and Chief Executive Organization (CEO). He holds an Executive MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Photo by Haynsworth Photography