New Music: 
Why only play what we know and understand? Better look forward and encounter new things. How thrilling if we do not understand. And what a galaxy of new names: Francesconi, Coll, Turnage, Sanchez-Chiong, Gervasoni, Movio, Hersch, Karajev, Salonen, Eötvös, Holliger, van der Aa, Illes, Cattaneo... 
Musical partners and friendships:  
The partners on stage are by far the most important determinant for a satisfying outcome. I have the privilege of long term collaborations with pianists Joonas AhonenMarkus Hinterhäuser, Polina Leschenko, Antony Romaniuk and Fazil Say, gamba player Laurence Dreyfus, cellists Sol Gabetta and Jay Campbell, clarinetist Reto Bieri and the singers Ah Young and Anna-Maria Pammer, with the conductors  Giovanni Antonini , Teodor CurrentzisPéter Eötvös, Iván Fischer, Gustavo Gimeno, Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, Heinz Holliger, Kirill Petrenko, Sir Simon Rattle, François-Xavier Roth and many others. 
Staged productions:
Projects can be adapted to budget, venue and ensemble. Other projects in preparation: 
-New: The Kreutzer-sonata
-"Maria Mater Meretrix"
-"Death and the maiden"
-"Bye-Bye Beethoven"
-"Time and eternity"
-"War and Chips"
-"Dies irae"
-"Whats next Vivaldi?"
-"Pierrot lunaire"
-"Cricket and Ant"


Voice - challenge for a violinist 
Ligeti: Mysteries of the Macabre
Schönberg: Pierrot lunaire 
Schwitters Ursonate 
Works by Otto Zykan, Heinz Holliger, Jorge Sanchez-Chiong, Michael Hersch and Francisco Coll...

Solo Recitals:  

Works by Honegger, PatKop, Berio, Bach, Francesconi, Sciarrino, Lachenmann 

Camerata Bern

The artistic partnership with Camerata Bern is a focus of my interest. Together with our public we want to explore and discover old and new works and concert forms. 

Leading orchestras:
Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Salzburg, Saint Paul  Chamber Orchestra, Australian Chamber  Orchestra, Lucerne Festival Alumni, Britten Sinfonia, Staatskapelle  Berlin, Camerata Bern...  
Concertos by Berg, Eötvös, Hersch, Ligeti, Schönberg need a conductor. But others go better without, e.g. Mozart, Beethoven, Hartmann, Frank Martin, Mansurian etc.