I studied electroacoustic composition with Wolfgang Suppan , from 2012 to 2017, at University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (MDW), practicing with him for the most part algorithmic composition, and, thereafter, have been composing in new arrangements under Karlheinz Essl's supervision. During the latter period, for instance, I wrote a piece for organ, which Wolfgang Kogert performed at Wiener Hofburgkapelle.
Parallel to these, since 2015, with some early-age experience in singing, I started experimenting with my voice as a vocalist – rather a high soprano – wrote some pieces for it and performed them, and also sang in several performances of works of my colleges' and of other composers'. What I earlier had used to find most delightful about music and its apprehension was the inherently speculative nature of it. Void of language and visuals, music allowed for far more varied interpretations than artistic works dependent on anything beyond sound, equally for lack thereof altogether, for being admitted as a blank presence. Having several times performed my pieces and seen my pieces performed by others in front of an audience, I newly found it charming to think of utilising the two others for more concrete artistic ideas, looking for more concrete influences on the audience. Along with writing songs, I have been for a while using text as a formal structure for algorithmic compositions, seeking sound colours conceptually fitting the text. I have also independently written and directed three short films and a music video. I have been admitted to the Viennese Filmakademie and the University of Fine Arts in Vienna and am pursuing my work in a vaster medium.
My pieces and installations have been performed in VLAK gala, Wiener Konzerthaus, Echoraum, Salzburge Künstlerhaus, Schoenberg Center and ORF Funkhaus.