He received his musical education in Vienna and at the Conservatoire National de Region in Strasbourg thanks to a scholarship of the French government.
He has been part of various ensembles for Early music : Concilium Musicum, Ensemble Flauto Voce, Clemencic-Consort, Van Swieten Ensemble, as well as director of the study programme and conductor at the festival for Baroque Opera Spektakulum.
As a soloist and accompanist, he has been part of orchestra performances together with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Symphonic Orchestra, the Vienna Radio Symphonic Orchestra, the Symphonic Orchestra Berlin, the Philharmonic Orchestra Kosice, and others.
Performances in Austria, Germany, France (Notre Dame Paris, cathedrals in Strasbourg, Chartres, Versailles), the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, etc. Tours through Japan and the USA, as well as radio and CD recordings.
Technical articles for the Österreichisches Orgelforum and other magazines, as well as the publication “In memoriam Anton Heiller” (1999), whose works play an essential role for Thomas Schmöger.
Publishing Heiller Scores in cooperation with publishing companies.