1981:
• Born in Stockholm, Sweden, November 29.

1992:
• Began first guitar lesson with Roland Fridh at the municipal music school in Gnesta.
• Made his first attempts as a composer writing smaller guitar pieces.

1994:
• Participated in his first summer school “Small Guitar Academy” at Ingesund, Sweden, arranged by the Swedeish Guitar and Lute Society.

1995:
• Performed his first concert together with his Father the flutist Mats Möller.
• Composed music for several chamber music settings.

1996:
• First performances of his chamber music compositions. Release of the CD “CHAMBER MUSIC”, 60 minutes of music performed by several of Sweden’s most well-known chamber musicians.

1997:
• A cd together with Mats Möller is released.
• Began counterpoint and formal compositions studies with Lars-Erik Rosell.

1998:
• Began guitar studies with Bo Hansson at the Södra Latin High School of Music in Stockholm.
• Began compositions studes with Miklos Maros.

1999:
• A second CD together with Mats Möller is released.

1999:
• Received “The Jörgen Rörby award (Swedish GUitar and Lute Society).

2000:
• Was admitted to the Royal College of Music in London (Graduated in 2005) where he studied with Gary Ryan and Carlos Bonell.

2001:
•2nd prize Admira Young Guitarist of the Year, UK.

2002:
• 1st prize Gevelsberg International Guitar Competition, Germany.

2005:
• 1st prize Bromsgrove International Young Musicians Platform, UK.
• Was admitted to the Royal Conservatory in the Hague, The Netherlands (Graduated in 2007). Giuitar studies with Zoran Dukic.
• First guitar solo CD is released. JOHANNES MÖLLER PLAYS SPANISH MUSIC SFZ 6014

2006:
• London Debut at the Purcell Room.
• First US tour, performed in Nashville, Dallas and Los Angeles.

2007:
• 1st prize “The Ljunggrenska competition”, Sweden 2007.

2008:
• Vrindenkrans award (now known as Dutch Classical Talent), The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
• Concerto soloist debut when he on very short notice made a “stand in” for DG recording artist Göran Söllscher together with Norrköpings Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alan Buribayev.

2009:
• European Guitar Award, Dresden, Germamy.

2010:
• 1st prize Guitar Foundation of America’s (GFA) International Concert Artist Competition.

2011:
• First CD on Naxos label is released. GUITAR RECITAL NAXOS 8.572715
• GFA-tour (continued into 2012), a 64 concert tour that brought him to the USA, Canada, Brazil and Mexico.

2012:
• Carnegie Hall Debut, New York, USA.
• Became a father to his son Darío Möller.