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"I regard teaching as a very important part of my own development and responsibilities as an artist. Because most of my teaching has been in the context of sound art theory and practice, I consider myself and my students as engaged in a collaborative exploration of the medium of study, rather than viewing teaching merely as a transfer of knowledge and experience between student and teacher. My general teaching approach is to facilitate learning by encouraging students to develop self-directed learning techniques."
Compositions performed at numerous festivals in Europe, Asia and the United States; two books about electronic and computer music published
International Computer Music Association, Electronic Music Foundation, Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States, German Society for Electroacoustic Music
Professor of electronic and computer music, Music University Mozarteum Salzburg, Austria; visiting professor of music of the 20th century and new media, Cologne, Germany; lecturer of electronic and computer music, Technical University Berlin, Germany; program director of the art festival Aspekte Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria