I’m happy to announce, that I was elected as a member of the DEGEM Board.  The election took place during the meeting of the members of the DEGEM on September, 3rd at the HAW Hamburg.

The DEGEM – (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Elektroakustische Musik e.V. — German Society for Electroacoustic Music) supports electroacoustic music and sound art within Germany as well as internationally.
To achieve this, the Society organizes conferences, courses, concerts, as well as sharing information internationally and publishing and releasing publications and audio media.


DEGEM CD 13 “Grenzen”

The DEGEM CD “Grenzen” (“Borders”) is out now!

It is published by the Edition DEGEM and can be ordered here. The CD is curated by my person and consists of ten new written pieces, all to the topic “borders”.

DEGEM CD 13 "Grenzen"
Coverdesign by Marc Behrens


01] Golla & Heyduck:

[02] Arsalan Abedian:
Cstück Nr.2

[03] Hanns Holger Rutz:

[04] Gerald Fiebig:
Cross Talk

[05] Marc Behrens:
To Break an Elephant’s Leg

[06] Peter Eisold:
Borderline Syndrom

[07] Brian Smith:
Interstitial Flux

[08] Denise Ritter:
Hölleneingang a, b, c bis z (radio edit)

[09] Kai Niggemann:
Electric Canopy

[10] CLUBbleu:

DEGEM CD 13 @ Kontakte Festival

The DEGEM CD 13 “Borders”, which I curated, will be presented to the public by my person during the Kontakte Festival at the Academy of Arts in Berlin!

Border — it can define the edge of a room, it can be a dividing line or a delimited area. Borders can occur between people, nations, states, thoughts, traditions, lands, and cultures. A border can be a demarcation or exclusion between outside and inside. It can define one’s own limits or the limits to another. Borders can be cut, crossed, opened, overcome, ignored, or moved. A border can also be completely insurmountable.

Borders — this is a central theme of our time. While borders in many parts of Europe were taken down some time ago, on the edges of the continent there is a border that has become deadly for many people in the past few months. Religions and cultures are perceived as borders. Being involved with the current political situation has motivated me to create the DEGEM CD 13 with Borders as the overreaching theme.

Borders — The composers whose work appears on this CD have been completely free to interpret the theme. Ten new and high-quality pieces of music have thus been written which all address the theme in a wide-ranging, experimental, and highly differentiated manner.