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Tomas Korber (*1979) lives and works in Zurich. He studied psychology and computer science at the University of Zurich and wrote his master's thesis on audio design and cognition. Today he works as a composer, producer and improvising musician and is mainly active in the fields of electro-acoustic music and film music.

In addition to his work as a solo artist, he has collaborated with numerous renowned musicians from Switzerland and abroad such as Olivia Block, Dieb13, Jason Kahn, Christian Kobi, Hans Koch, Ulrich Krieger, Lê Quan Ninh, eRikm, Sachiko M, Lionel Marchetti, Butch Morris, Norbert Möslang, Günter Müller, Toshimaru Nakamura, Otomo Yoshihide, Gert-Jan Prins, Keith Rowe, Christian Weber, Ralf Wehowsky, Stephan Wittwer, Christian Wolfarth and many more.

Korber has composed the music for films such as "No More Smoke Signals" (Swiss Film Award 2009; director: Fanny Bräuning), "Ein Lied für Argyris" (Best Film Music Award, Global Nonviolent Film Festival 2023), "Finsteres Glück", and "Zürcher Tagebuch" (all directed by Stefan Haupt), "Downtown Switzerland" (directors: Fredi Murer, Stefan Haupt, Christian Davi, Kaspar Kasics) and many others, and has also written compositions for theater, dance and radio play productions.

In his career, Tomas Korber has contributed to the production of over two dozen recordings, has performed at renowned festivals all over the world and has toured Europe, the USA and Asia. He was awarded the "Artist in Residence" grant (New York) by the City of Zurich in 2009 and has received several commissions from The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and the City of Zurich.

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