Composer – Musicologist – Music Editor


In order to create an individual and independent sound experience I use a balanced but forward-looking musical language. In my compositions I am searching for unusual harmonic structures that are not subject to any cliché, but adapt to the particular context in an organic way.


Dealing with scientific sources of bygone days and the opportunity to gain new insights – exploring something previously unknown – seems important and meaningful to me. I mainly deal with topics in the fields of historical and systematical musicology.


In my opinion, the two mentioned components art and research provide the foundation for publishing. Working as a music editor for the music publisher Doblinger, I also benefit from the intense interaction with renowned composers on an artistic level.


„Meisterlich pulsieren die Klangfolgen, wie der ‚Heimat‘-Boden nach unzähligen Bomben.“ (zum Artikel)

„Schubert goss seinen Schmerz in Melodien-Kontraste, der 1993 geborene Wiener Komponist Philipp Manuel Gutmann vertraute seine Empörung heute, 200 Jahre später, dem Rhythmus an. Immer disharmonischer wird der Orchesterklang, schreiende Melodiefetzen nehmen Marschcharakter an; man fühlt sich an Strawinski und Schostakowitsch erinnert.“ (zum Artikel)

„Seine ‚Szenen für symphonisches Orchester‘ sind harmonisch und wuchtig, lassen Fanfaren toben und übernehmen Zitate aus Schuberts ‚Unvollendeter‘ als Beleg für propagandistisch-respektlosen Mißbrauch selbst großer Kunst.“ (zum Artikel)



Impressions of my Journey to Budapest for the 

Hungarian premiere of my composition

Lunatico - Bagatelle for Solo-Percussion

performed by Stefan Lichtenegger.


Article about the world premiere of my orchestra composition

Periculum – Szenen einer Empörung for Symphonic Orchestra

in the latest issue of klang:punkte of the music publisher Doblinger. (see the article)

Impressions of my Journey to Hamburg

for the German premiere of my song cycle

Silberne Saiten - Version for Voice and Piano

performed by Hussain Atfah (Voice) and Matthias Veit (Piano)

Upcoming world premiere of my composition

„Kennst du das Land…“ - Trio for Violin, Violoncello and Piano

after a poem by Erich Kästner

on Octobre 4th 2019 at the Bank Austria Salon im Alten Rathaus | Vienna

Impressions of my journey to Brandenburg to the

world premiere of my orchestra composition

Periculum - Szenen einer Empörung for Symphonic Orchestra 

at the Staatstheater Cottbus

World premiere of the song cycle

Silberne Saiten - for Voice and String Quartet

after poems by Stefan Zweig

on July 19th 2019 at Schloss Walpersdorf

Set-up for the Composition

Lunatico - Bagatelle for Solo-Percussion

on June 19th 2019 at Haydn-Saal mdw |

Stefan Lichtenegger (Percussion)

During the performance of the

song Nachtstrahl on March 30th 2019

at Salon Razumovsky in Vienna performed by

Max Bell (Voice) and Antonius Widmann (Piano)

After an atmospheric and successful interpretation

of the choir motet Vinea mea electa on March 24th 2019

at the  Jesuit Church Vienna performed by

the Chorvereinigung St. Augustin

New release at the music publisher Kliment

Drei Fanfaren for Brassensemble and Percussion


Release of the new critical edition

of the Bänkel und Balladen op. 31 by Wilhelm Grosz

at Universal Edition

Scholarship from the Department of Culture of the City of Vienna (MA 7)

in the course of the research project 

Wilhelm Grosz – Ein vergessener Wiener Komponist

New release at the music publisher Kliment

Melodic Motion - 4 Pieces for Tuba and Piano




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