Jonathan Heilbron
photo credit Jon Heilbron

On December 13 my new piece Slope Motion had its premiere in Graz, Austria. Performer/composer/improviser Jonathan Heilbron played the piece for solo double bass, in a concert organised by Openmusic

The program also included pieces by Georges Aperghis, Anahita Abbasi, Sehyung Kim, and Javier Quislant, played by Dimitrios Polisoidis, Gerald Preinfalk, Krassimir Sterev and Jonathan Heilbron

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Video documentary of Slope Motion

Piece “Whispers”


During an intense week of the musical gathering Verantwortung 3000 I led a group of musicians through different kinds of simple setups, experiments and pieces of mine. You can listen to them here. All the details of the pieces are in the descriptions of the tracks.


“Patterns in the Courtyard” has been played by Malte Kobel in his wonderful radio show Vibration Totale on BCR . The smooth transition into it starts at around 12:05:

The site-specific piece Pawlow for 6 performers has been performed at the Festival für Neue Musik Rümlingen 2016. It is a piece for real and for “fake” bells.

The fake bells are little speakers hidden underneath the clothes of the performers, imitating a bell sound. At the same time, a real bell is played, but it is fully muted. This way, the combination of the hidden speaker and the real, but muted bell creates a distorted representation of the instrument.

Performers: Noëmi Schwank, Antonio Jiménez-Marín, Stav Szirani, Linus Neulinger, Camille Henrot, Mauro Hertig

An excerpt from Südkurier about the performance:

„The ears open up. The noises grow bigger. At some point, everyone stops talking. (…) Silence, eavesdropping. One hears the steps on the moist ground and the trousers as they swish while walking. One never hears this during daytime. Far away, a chirr starts and soon covers the whole clearing which now opens up in front of us. Something rings from behind at the edge of the forrest, it crosses the meadow like a ghost light. Right until somebody passes us with a headlamp and hand bell. Sometimes it is so simple what appeared so mysterious in the dark“