Erik Peters is a composer and performer living in Stockholm, active in the field of experimental music and sound art. His output is often found in an interdisciplinary context and includes for example text/sound-pieces, electronic music, chamber music, video and sound installations, radiophonic works and sound theatre pieces. Erik Peters has worked with artists such as Mats Gustafsson, John Butcher, Mark Fell, Lucy Railton, Magnus Andersson, Anna Lindal, Britta Forestier, POING, Theatre of Voices and many others. He also runs a long term collaboration with Swedish lute player Peter Söderberg, performing original works, improvisations, as well as interpretations of american experimental composers such as John Cage, James Tenney and Alvin Lucier. Recent activities include "Should all signs sound?", a project evolving around text and music, in close collaboration with Swedish director Karl Dunér and the Lipparella ensemble, performing on instruments of the baroque and renaissance period. Erik Peters music has been released on labels such as Fylkingen Records, Phono Suecia, Caprice Records and Alice Musik Produktion, and he occasionally writes for Swedish journals such as Nutida Musik and Kritiker.