Born in Klagenfurt,
Austria. Recorder studies
at the State Conservatory
of Carinthia (Performing
Diploma with Distinction),
at the Academy of Music
and the Performing Arts
in Vienna and at the
Academy of Music in
Trossingen (Kees Boeke).
Interpreter of modern
recorder literature in
collaboration with the
"Österreichische Kammer-
symphoniker". Co-author
of a publication on early
music. Concert activity in
nearly every country in
Europe, and also in Israel,
Liban, Syria, Jordan,
Marroc, Turkey, Canada,
Taiwan and Iran. More
than 35 recordings on CD,
radio, and television, both

as a soloist and also with
various early music
ensembles (e.g. Accentus,
Oni Wytars, Clemencic
Consort) bear witness to
his enormous musical
activity. Since 1991 he is
director of the "Unicorn"
ensemble, specializing in
early music up to 1530.
He gives masterclasses
for recorder and early
music, e.g. at the Higher
Institute for Western
Music at Dimasque, at the
Royal Conservatory
Amman and at the Royal
Conservatory in Brussels.
He works as a teacher for
Recorder at the Konserva-
torium Wien University where he is director of the Department
of Early Music.