At the Meistersinger Conservatory in Nuremberg, I led one of the three recorder classes as a full-time lecturer from 1981 to 1994.

We performed concerts at numerous historical sites in the city, the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, and alternative cultural centers. 

We also went on concert tours to Prague, Nice, and others, establishing connections between Early Music and new (commissioned) compositions and performance art.

Since 1987, I organized the Nuremberg Master Classes for the recorder, featuring instructors like Kees Boeke. Professional recorder players from all over Germany, Switzerland, and Austria attended these courses. The classes included concerts by the instructors and participants at the Meistersinger Conservatory and Nuremberg's major churches, such as St. Sebald. Additionally, there were workshops and exhibitions with recorder makers from across Europe.