Thilo’s saxophone quartet Back to Bar 190! will be played again on October 12, 2013 in the Sandsteinmuseum in Germany.Read more »
02 | Regen
03 | Cross Contours
04 | Back to Bar 190!
10 | From Scratch
11 | Manfred
Anthony Tan, Composer
I really think the recording of the violin is amazing!
Jeremy S. Brown
Thilo’s music inspires and connects so readily with both the listener and the player.
Sirocco Saxophone Quartet
We had the pleasure of working with Thilo on a few occasions. He is a fantastic sound engineer and producer and did a wonderful job on our first CD. And his skills didn’t stop there! He also wrote a piece for the quartet which we performed at the world saxophone congress in 2012. His attention to detail is superb and his writing very idiomatic for the instrument and performer. A multi-talented musician!
A few CDs were released over the past few months. Thilo worked as recording engineer during the recording sessions in Lithuania and Russia in summer 2012. Please click on the links in the portfolio sections for more information.Read more »
“Back to Bar 190!” (for saxophone quartet) will be performed by the Sirocco Saxophone Quartet on following dates:
August 6th, Texel, Netherlands
August 7th, Vlieland, Netherlands
August 8th, Terschelling, Netherlands
October 12th, Havixbeck, Germany
Stay tuned for more concert dates.Read more »
The CD “Live at Loos” has just been released. This impressive live performance has been recorded and mixed by Arne Bock and mastered by Thilo. Check out this great production here.Read more »
In July 2012 Thilo’s new composition for saxophone quartet premiered at the World Saxophone Congress in St. Andrews, Scotland. “Back to Bar 190!” was received very well and more performances of this work are scheduled. Please use the contact box to request a copy of the score.Read more »
Thilo was born and raised in Germany. He received his first musical training on the violin at the age of seven and later started playing clarinet, saxophone, and piano. For his studies in Art of Sound (Music Production) and classical clarinet at the Royal Conservatoire in Den Haag, Thilo moved to the Netherlands. After taking composition lessons with Roderik de Man and obtaining a masters degree, Thilo studied sound design and composition in contexts at the Faculty of Media Technology of the Utrecht School of Arts in Hilversum. He had worked as freelance composer, record producer, and assistant producer for radio4 - the national classical radio station of the Netherlands - before becoming assistant professor in the department of music at the University of Lethbridge.
Thilo composes autonomous music as well as for various media contexts. His works have been performed in England, Scotland, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Tanzania, Spain, and Italy.
As a record producer/sound engineer Thilo has worked with various solo artists and orchestras in Europe and North America.