Born in a family of musicians, I was in contact with music pretty much from the earliest moments of my life. From the day I began to teach myself Guitar at the age of 15, autodidactic learning became an integral part of my musical development, I have maintained this philosophy with composing and orchestration. For a of couple of years I was mentored by Robin Hoffmann, who taught me a lot about music and the orchestra not just as a body of sound, but as a collection of individual human beings with very individual needs, desires and artistic intentions.
Growing up listening to a diverse range of genres (such as Metal, Rock, Hip Hop and Jazz) offered me an unusual insight into worlds of music that, to this day, play a role in my orchestral work. Only in my early twenties I found my excitement for orchestral music, this passion has been a steadily growing constant since then.
My work has been performed by several orchestras such as the Jena Philharmonics, German Pops Orchestra, Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes, Bavarian Philharmonics, Baden-Baden Philharmonics or Sorbian National Ensemble.
In 2016 I contributed the official “Main Menu Theme” for the upcoming Unreal Tournament game, developed by the highly successful game developer Epic Games. I also composed additional music for Levels and official community content (Soundcloud Playlist).
In the same year the Baden-Baden Philharmonics premiered some of my orchestral works, in addition to these performances I was also involved in a “Film music and composing workshop” with students from local schools.
In 2016 I composed the soundtrack of the game “Hover Cubes Arena”, developed by the studio formerly known as Gametology. In the following year I worked as an arranger and orchestrator on several projects such as “East West Symphony” with ethnic Jazz Quartet Masaa. For “Rock Revue 2017” I arranged music from Queen, Amy Whinehouse, the 5th Dimension and The Eagles. I also worked as an arranger for the “Bridges to Classics” concert with Eric Bazillian, which was part of the Händel Festspiele in Halle.
In late 2017 I released my second album “We’re Going on an Adventure” which is a modern symphonic suite with the aim of combining concert and film music into one emotional story of color and melody.
In early 2018 I was the arranger for the successful production of “Die Beste Nacht – Kontra K”, a cooperation between Das Ding and Baden-Baden Events - a clash of orchestra and Rap music. In the summer of 2018 my work “Kheer Tal” was premiered by the Baden-Baden Philharmonics. “Kheer Tal” is a suite for Morin Khuur (also known as Horsehead Fiddle), Tuvan throat singing and orchestra dedicated to my friend Enkhjargal Dandarvaanchig.
At the beginning of 2019 I was commissioned to compose the music for the "Sagennacht 2019", an annual play organized by the Sorbische National-Ensemble GmbH. 60 minutes of music for small orchestra and choir, including vocal work in Uppersorbian, which only a few people can still speak.
In June of the same year, my piece "Cherry Blossom Dance" was premiered in Baden-Baden by the Baden-Baden Philharmonics and Judith Kubitz as conductor. For a concert featuring Franzisco Araiza I arranged works of Brahms for the Pianistenclub München. Some time later in the year the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes and conductor Toshiyuki Shimada performed The White Messengers, as a US-Premiere, in New York.