German glass harp player who re-popularized and performed the glass harp music of W.A. Mozart, Karl Leopold Rollig, and other composers.
At the age of sixteen, he constructed his first glass harp by setting wine glasses on a box.
He traveled throughout Germany and the United Kingdom, performing both alone and with orchestras.
His father was a music director at a church in Stuttgart, Germany.
Composer Jack Nitzsche wrote a piece for the film The Razor's Edge that featured the glass harp-playing talents of Bruno Hoffmann.