Tomas Korber lives and works in Zurich. He studied psychology at the University of Zurich with a focus on methodology and computer science, holds a Master of Science degree, and wrote his master thesis on audio design and cognition. Today he works as a composer, producer and improvising musician and is mainly active in the field of experimental electroacoustic music, film music and sound design.
In addition to his work as a solo artist and composer, he has collaborated with numerous internationally renowned musicians, including Tim Barnes, Olivia Block, Dieb13, Hans Koch, eRikm, Sachiko M, Butch Morris, Norbert Möslang, Toshimaru Nakamura, Otomo Yoshihide, Gert-Jan Prins, Keith Rowe, Mark Wastell, Christian Weber, Ralf Wehowsky, Christian Wolfarth and many more.
Tomas Korber has been involved in the production of over twenty album releases throughout his career, has composed the soundtrack to several feature films and has appeared at major festivals around the world touring Europe, the United States and Asia extensively. He was awarded the Artist in Residence Scholarship (New York) of the City of Zurich and received a composition commission from the swiss arts council Pro Helvetia.