NIEHUSMANN, Frank German
Frank Niehusmann, born in 1960, is an author and composer for theatre and film, video and sound installations, concerts and CD productions. He worked as a radio and television author before he became known internationally as a composer of electronic music and a live performer on open reel analogue tape machines. Winner of numerous awards, including 2002 at the International Competition for Electroacoustic Music in Bourges for "Untertagemusik Nr. 1" (Underground music No. 1). "Maschinen - ein Hörspiel" (Machines - a radio play) which he produced with Karl-Heinz Mauermann won the 2006 Phonurgia Nova competition.