Bernhard Molique (Wilhelm Bernhard Molique; 7 October 1802 – 10 May 1869) was a German violinist and composer. He was born in Nuremberg and learned to play the violin at the University of Munich under Pietro Rovelli. In 1826 he became music-director at Stuttgart. As a composer Molique was unapologetically self-taught. His music displays the influence of Beethoven, Mozart, Mendelssohn and, especially, Louis Spohr. The then radical developments represented by Berlioz (who publicly praised his violin playing) and the New German school (Neudeutschen Schule) left Molique untouched, however.