Mona Mur

Mona Mur (actually Sabine Bredy; * 1960 in Hamburg) is a German musician, actress, producer and taekwondo athlete.


Mona Mur founded in 1982 with Gode ( née: Godehard Buschkühl ), Mark Chung, FM Einheit and Alexander Hacke Mona Mur & Tenants. The band was known in the German punk scene, but only released a 12 " EP titled Jeszcze Polska and broke up after that. Mona Mur began a solo career and was seen from 1984 to 1986 exclusively live on stage. Their backing band consisted of FM Einheit, Alexander von Borsig, Nikkolai Weidemann, Tomas star and Siewert Johannsen and the sound engineer Raymond Watts. Thereafter Mur collaborated with Dieter Meier, who released their debut album Mona Mur produced in 1988 for RCA. A second album Warsaw, where they Grzegorz Ciechowski and accompanied by the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, was published in 1991.

In the following years, Mona Mur dealt mainly with the martial art of Taekwondo, reached the third DAN and was a member of the German national team twice International German Vice-Champion. Until today it is a trainer at the X -Step eV in Berlin.

In 1996, Mona Mur Mona Mur the music production and created since the sound for film productions and computer games, last Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days. Since 1997 she works as a com. mur with Heiko Daxl alias adm Daxl together as a composer for video art and video installations. The feature film Gegen die Wand contains three of her pieces. Since 2007, she has worked with En Esch. The duo played since then numerous concerts in Europe and North America as well as at festivals, among others at Wave- Gotik-Treffen, the Kurt Weill Festival in Dessau, the Alternativa in Prague and at the Wroclaw Industrial Festival in Wroclaw. Was published in 2009 as a joint album by Mona Mur & En Esch 120 days - The Fine Art of Beauty and Violence. 2011 appeared the second joint album Do With Me What You Want.