Nikolaus Gerszewski | 1964 | Hamburg | Germany








1964, Hamburg; currently living in Budapest. 1983-91 studies fine arts, at HfbK, Hamburg. 1992-98 1st residence in Budapest, reviewer for art-magazin Balkon. Since 2005 autodidactic composition studies; cofounding the ensemble serve music with Sascha Demand, performing “Treatise” by Cornelius Cardew. Since 2006 curator of New Music concerts in Hamburg and Berlin. 2011 winner of composition contest Fereydoon Moschiri (commissioned by Hamburger Klangwerktage); private studies with composer Chris Newman. Since 2012 experimental music workshops at universities, schools, daycare facilities. Since 2014 teaching experimental soundproduction at the university of fine arts, Budapest; participating at the exhibition & symposium “der unfassbare Klang” (on graphic notation), Galerie März, Linz. 2015 founding the ensemble Conceptual Soundproductions Budapest, regularly performing new works of experimental and conceptual music.