As a teacher for Trombone and Tenorhorn Stefan works since 2010 at the Musikum in Tamsweg as well as a lecturer at the Stefan Zweig Pädagogische Hochschule Salzburg.

During his studies he started being interested in modern instrumental pedagogy and came across „instrumental classes“, which does not release him until today. So he began in 2002 his teaching in Leobendorf (Bayern), where he worked with the brass section of the wind band.

At the Music School of Berchtesgaden, where he taught from 2006 to 2012, he also led  „instrumental classes“, as well as a youth orchestra.

Stefan held seminars on this subject Austria (Mozarteum) and Germany (Hochschule Nürnberg).

Archipelago Project

With the international group „The Archipelago Project“ he teaches frequently at Schools and Conservatorys in the US. Masterclasses led him also to Venezuela and Peru.

The Archipelago Project tries to implement different ways to approach music e.g. throug improvisation. Role models for the work especially in the US are the venezuelan „El Sistema“. The group supports the „Orchkids“ programm of the Baltimore Symphony orchestra. The work in Austria focuses on promoting the creativity of kids through improvisation and without reading music.