realizations and cooperations

Cooperations with Ensembles

Ensemble Megaphon, Hannover

sound, electronics, composition, project development

Michaelis Consort, Leipzig

concerts with Early Music and electroacoustic improvisation

Miso-Ensemble, Lissabon

electronics, audio- and videoprogramming

Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin

sound, electronics

Ensemble United Berlin

sound, electronics, project development

Ensemble work in progress

sound, electronics

Cooperations with Institutions and Festivals

Festival pyramidale, Berlin

Festival Inventionen, Berlin

Miso Music Portugal, Lissabon

Akademie der Künste Berlin, Elektronisches Studio

Festival Kryptonale, Berlin

Festival Randspiele, Zepernick

Realizations of works by other composers and artists

An overview of my cooperative work for other composers and artists as well as new realizations resp. interpretations of pieces by other composers (in alphabetical order).

Mark André: ...als... II (2001) for piano, violoncello, bassclarinet and live-electronic.

Programming of the electronic part.
The live-electronic of ...als... II was originally developed by Thomas Hummel at the Experimentalstudio of the Strobel-Stiftung in Freiburg with MaxMSP and their spatialization system Halaphon. For the performance in Berlin I made a complete new realization in SuperCollider 3 based on scripts of the older Freiburg work.
Performance at the Akademie der Künste 2005 in Berlin with members of the Deutsches Sinfonie Orchester.


Miguel Azguime: Circundante Circunstância dos Círculos (2007) for Choir, Ensemble and live-electronics.

Programming of the live-electronics in SuperCollider.
World premiere at Festival "Musica" 2007 in Strasbourg with the Remix-Ensemble and Peter Rundel.


Miguel Azguime: Paraître Parmi (2001) for String Quartet and live-electronics.

Programming of the live-electronics in MaxMSP.
World premiere at Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía with the Smith-Quartet, UK.


Pierre Boulez: Dialogue de l'ombre double (1982-1985) pour clarinette sur scène et clarinette enregistrée

Realization of the live-electronics in MaxMSP
Performance with Helge Harding 2005 in Bukarest


John Cage: Fontana Mix (1958)

Programming of an automated version als real-time computer music with SuperCollider2.
Performance at the festival Kryptonale 2000 in Berlin.
Used by Volker Straebel in his realisation for "Aachen Musicircus on Europeras" 2006.


John Cage: Cartridge Music (1960)

Realization of the live-electronics for Cartridge Music with Atlas Eclipticalis for a tour with the ensemble work in progress in 1998.
Programmed in MaxMSP.


Kee Yong Chong: Endless Whispering (2006) for sheng, 4 instruments and live-electronic

Programmierung of the live-electronic part with SuperCollider3.
World premiere at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin.


Paul-Heinz Dittrich: the-m (1982) for bassoon and live-electronic, based on an epigramme by e.e.cummings

Programming of the live-electronic part and performance together with Dieter Hähnchen, bassoon, at the Sankt-Annen-Kirche, Zepernick.
Originally the live-electronic of "the-m" was realized by Eckart Rödger with tape recoders (as delay systems) and analogue synthesizers.


Pascal Dusapin: Medeamaterial with a choreography by Sasha Waltz (2007)

Programming of the multichannel diffusion of the solo singers in MaxMSP.
World premiere at the Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg


Vinko Globokar: Kartomlin Croisé (2001) for violin and live-electronic.

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performances with Lenka Župková


Vinko Globokar: Skelet (1995) for 4 musicians and sound processor

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performances with the ensemble United Berlin in Berlin and Graz.


Hanna Hartman & Karen Bartram: Haut (2001) interactive site-specific installation

Development of the electronic hardware and software with infra-red sensors, AtomicPro, MaxMSP.
Exhibition at the festival Kryptonale 2001


Hanna Hartman: black boxes (2003) interactive installation

Development of the electronic setup with wooden boxes, transducers, micro-switches, multi-channel amplifiers.
Exhibition in Stockholm


Jonathan Harvey: Ricercare una melodia (1984) for trumpet and tape-delay system.

Realization of the live-electronics in MaxMSP.
Performances with William Forman


Gabriel Iranyi: Metaphor II (2005) for flutes and computer

Realisation of the live-electronics in SuperCollider.
Performance with Klaus Schöpp at the Pyramidale 2008, Berlin


Matthias Jann: site-specific sound installations (2000)

Development and programming of the electronic setup with sensors, C-Control, modified CD players, amps and various speakers.
Exhibition for the EXPO 2000 Hannover as an external project in Neuruppin in a former soviet military camp.


Matthias Jann: Reflexions II for piano, violin, trombone and live-electronic

Re-programming of the live-electronics in MaxMSP, originally developed by Joachim Gossmann.
Performance 2005 at the BKA, Berlin, with the ensemble Trio 71


Matthias Jann: Livre d'images (2005),
composition for the musical drama "Von Wolfgang für Claire" based on Kurt Tucholsky's "Rheinsberg"

Sound design and programming of the electronic parts in MaxMSP.
Performances 2005 at the Schlosstheater Rheinsberg and at the carrousel Theater in Berlin


Juliane Klein: Aus der Wand die Rinne 10 (2006), version for electronic

Live-electronic programming and interpretation.
World premiere 2006 on the occasion of the interdisplinary event "Hören und Sehen" at the fortress Ehrenbreitstein, Koblenz


Miso Ensemble: itinerário do sal (salt itinerary) (2006) electro acoustic opera

Programming of the live-video/animation and audio-video control with MaxMSPJitter.
Performances with Miguel and Paula Azguime (Miso Ensemble) in Toulouse, Berlin, Lisbon, Karlsruhe, Cologne, Belfast, Dublin, Bourges and Madrid.


Miso Music Portugal: Interactive Playground (2008....) system for interactive installations

Hard- and software development for the "Interactive Playground" - a modular system with pressure sensitive floor tiles for variable designs of interactive sound installations and sound games, particularly suitable for children.
Presentation of a first version at the festival "Música Viva 2008" in Lisbon.


Luigi Nono: A Pierre. Dell'azzurro silenzio, inquietum (1985), for contrabass flute, contrabass clarinet and live-electronics

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performances with the Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin 2009 in Berlin as well as with the ensemble reflexion K 2009 in Eckernförde.


Luigi Nono: Guai al gelidi mostri (1983), for 2 voices, flute, clarinet, tuba, viola, cello, double bass and live-electronic

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performance with the ensemble work in progress at the exhibition "Emilio Vedova" 2008 in Berlin.


Luigi Nono: Post-prae-ludium n.I "per Donau" (1997), for tuba and live-electronic

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider2 and SC3.
Performances with Giancarlo Schiaffini (Inventionen 2002 Berlin), Robin Hayward (wintermusic 2002 Berlin), Armin Bachmann (2003 HfM Weimar) and Georg Schwark (2006 AdK Berlin)


Michal Rataj: SILENCE Talking (Mluvící Ticho) (2007), for violin and live-electronic

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performances with Lenka Župková


Steve Reich: Pendulum Music(1997), for microphones and speakers

Performances at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" Berlin and at the Kryptonale festival 2001 in Berlin


Ana Maria Rodriguez & Melita Dahl: code * switching (2003/2004), Video/Audio performance & installation

Realization of the audio live-electronics in MaxMSP.
Performances at the maerzmusik festival 2004 in Berlin


Ana Maria Rodriguez & Steffi Weismann: Links gehen - Rechts stehen (2004), for flute, clarinet, oboe, tuba, video and live-electronic

Programming of the interactive video control in MaxMSP/Jitter.
Video and live-video performance by Steffi Weismann.
Performances at the festivals "musique action" in Nancy and "space+place" in Berlin 2004 with the Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin


Howard Sandroff: Tephillah (1990), for clarinet and live-electronic

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performances with Helge Harding in Berlin and Bukarest


Dieter Schnebel: Rhythmen (1977) for improvising ensemble

Live-electronic programming and interpretation with SuperCollider3.
Performance together with Ernst Surberg (piano/organ), Marino Pliakas (e-bass) and Michael Wertmüller (drums) in the Akademie der Künste Berlin, 2006


Åsa Stjerna: Himmel nedtagen (2016) permanent sound installation

Sound programming, weather data processing and realtime control with SuperCollider3.
Sahlgrenska university hospital, Gothenburg


Åsa Stjerna: Brunnen (2014) permanent sound installation

Sound programming and realtime control with SuperCollider3.
Institut Suedois, Paris


Åsa Stjerna: SubAqua (2009) site-specific sound installation

Sound programming with SuperCollider3.
Presentation in the Hafencity Hamburg, 2009


Åsa Stjerna: Object installation (2009) with prototypes and models

Assistance (realisation and programming) for a sound installation for "visually handicapped people".
Presentation at the exhibition "Konsthall Se", Stockholm, 2009


Åsa Stjerna / Rolf Giegold: AtmoSpaces (2009) artistic intervention in public spaces

Realisation of the live-electronics and program control with SuperCollider3.
Set-up for the first presentation at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin, 2009


Karlheinz Stockhausen: Kurzwellen (1968), for six performers

Realization of the live-electronics in MaxMSP.
Performances with the Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin and Johannes Fritsch in Berlin, Rottenburg, Köln and Barcelona


Karlheinz Stockhausen: Solo (1966), for melody instrument and feedback

Realization of the live-electronics in MaxMSP.
Performances with William Forman


Johannes Wallmann: Glocken Requiem XXI (2006)

Raumklang-Komposition für drei voneinander weit entfernte Chorgruppen, 137 Dresdner Kirchenglocken, elektronische Klänge, drei Schreier und einen Koranrezitator
Realization of the 4 channel tape
World premiere in Darmstadt , 2006-11-09
published on the CD compilation "Komponierte Zeitgeschichte", edition "Musik in Deutschland 1950-2000" by Deutscher Musikrat


Yueyang Wang: series of site-specific sound sculptures with flexible tubes (2002-2003)

Construction of special speaker cases for the acoustic connection to the tubes.
Exhibitions in Berlin and Zepernick


Yueyang Wang: Peepshow (2003) for saxophon, erhu, cymbalon and live-electronic

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performance at the Kryptonale 2003 in Berlin


Michael Wertmüller: SWLABRCREAM_de/constructed (2006) for voice, percussion, drum set, piano, e-bass, live-electronics

Improvisation with SuperCollider3, realization of the live-electronics as well as the tapes with Nuendo, MaxMSP and Ableton Live.
Performance together with Marian Gold (voice), Ernst Surberg (piano/organ), Marino Pliakas (e-bass), Jaki Liebezeit (drums) and Michael Wertmüller (drums) in the Akademie der Künste Berlin, 2006

written-not-written: Winterreisen // voyages d'hiver (2009) Kommentare zu Schuberts Winterreise mit Jugendlichen aus Paris und Berlin, Klavier und Elektronik

Komposition und Realisierung der elektronischen Zuspielungen, der Live-Elektronik sowie Klangregie. Aufführungen in der Elisabethkirche Berlin, 2009


Helmut Zapf: Abendlied (2000), for violin, 2 trombones, percussion and live-electronic

Realization of the live-electronics in MaxMSP.
Performances at the EXPO 2000 in Hannover and at the Kryptonale festival 2002 in Berlin


Hans Zender: Hölderlin lesen II , for sprechstimme, viola and live-electronic

Realization of the live-electronics in SuperCollider3.
Performance in the Akademie der Künste Berlin