Peter Aidu is a musician, curator, and leader of The Music Laboratory. He graduated as pianist and organist from the Moscow Conservatory and the Hochschule für Musik Theater und Medien (Hannover). A laureate of several international contests, he teaches piano, harpsichord, and chamber orchestra groups at the Moscow Conservatory.
In 2007 he established The Piano Shelter – a collection of specially conserved pianos. In 2009, within the framework of The Music Laboratory, Aidu initiated the revival of PerSimfAns – Symphony Orchestra without a Conductor. The “Reconstructing Utopia” performance, which takes place under his direction, is highly acclaimed in Moscow, France, and Norway, as is the touring exhibition project, “ReConstruction of Noise”, which took place in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladivostok, and other Russian cities. Aidu has created a number of sound installations, and has written music for several stage productions at The School of Dramatic Art (Moscow).