Since my first vinyl came out in 1983 I have released quite a number of recordings for a plethora of labels. You can get an overview including streaming listening at the recordings page but there is also a comprehensive overview on discogs. Some of the recordings are also available for listening directly under each work’s entry at the works listing.


With the interactive and algorithmic music I compose and perform, a few software items have become available on the toolbox page. Some of this has its origins in the SUM research project – Systematic Understanding of Music – funded by the Nordic Council, that dealt with score composing and performance informed by empirical capacities for discerning musical emotions.

3D Sound Object

Since using it for the first time in 2015, I have become increasingly interested in Paul Geluso’s 3D Sound Object, writing custom software for it and developing compositions that effortlessly go beyond the conventional ideas on performers/audience placement, work duration and listening modes.

Blog entries

  • Towards a natural sound amplification

    Half-way through my composer-in-residence with Icelandic Caput Ensemble, a further two compositions will be forthcoming in 2020. Dealing with structural [...]

  • Composer-in-residence with Caput Ensemble

    I am thrilled beyond words to initiate a two-year period as composer-in-residence with the Icelandic Caput Ensemble, one of Europe’s best ensembles [...]

  • Album releases final third of 2018

    Four albums will be released with my music this fall, covering all the aras that I am active in. Already out is the physical release of ‘Engage and [...]

  • Beyond Borders

    On a grant from the Danish Arts Council I began working in May 2017 with the Leipzig based band ITOE. The collaboration named Beyond Borders will end [...]

  • Great reviews for ‘Venus’

    The ‘Venus’ album, now out on dacapo, has received some excellent reviews. Culture Catch has it as one of 2015’s best classical releases [...]

I have over the years released a considerable amount of music as composer, flute and laptop performer and producer on digital and physical media – vinyl, cassette, CD, DVD. You will find all this material including listening links on the recordings page.

The programming I am doing for my own electronica and interactive music performance purposes has let me into research topics that have spun off a few snippets of generally useful software. This is available in the toolbox page.

Finally, the 3D Sound Object is a sound diffusion concept that holds very interesting artistic promises, and I am discussing the concept and pieces I have made on the 3D Sound Object page.