I try to find new ways for interpreting classical music. My musical approach does not refer to the common acoustical pictures which normally determine recordings of Mozart, Bach and many other musical legends. It refers to a knowledge which comes from my studies as a composer. Composers hear music differently from other musicians in their inner ear. Let's say: they “view“ music in their mind more than they hear it. It is a complex structure, built out of multi-dimensional perceptions of sound. This multi-dimensional perception leads to another perception of the musical time. In a way, this musical time is flowing much slower, than in other musical minds. Thus, this leads to a different playing, if you are making music as a composer.