Born in 1992 in Wiesbaden, Germany, Alexej Wieber completed his Bachelor of Arts in Pedagogy and Art at the University of Erfurt from 2012 to 2017. Since 2017 he has been working on a Bachelors degree at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen, where he studies with Ludger Brümmer. Currently he is working on two projects. One of them is “Freizahletüden” (started in 2017), which is a collection of short experiments and improvised recordings that never take longer than one hour from sketch start to finish. In addition, his current interests have led him to the possible sonification of non-audio related content such as words, pictures and film. This guided Wieber to his second project “Klanggewebe”, which is constantly under revision. This project has a stronger emphasis on algorithmic composition and the use of audio programming. Right now he is also preparing a musical piece about the text “Strahlender Untergang” (1982), by Christoph Ransmayr, which will contain a combination of instrumental and electronic music.