Marie Spaemann



The musical journey of cellist Marie Spaemann was shaped from an early age by concert performances and success in competitions – as well as a fascination and curiosity for the diversity of music and creative work.

The first prize recipient of the international Johannes-Brahms-Competition and former stipendiary of the Seymour Obermeyer Foundation has performed as a soloist in accompaniment of a variety of orchestras including the North German Philharmonic Orchestra, the Kärntner Symphoniker, the International Danube Philharmonic Orchestra, the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Croatian Chamber Orchestra.

Marie is regularly invited to perform at international festivals – such as the festival “Next Generation” in Switzerland, the “Podiumfestival” in Germany, the “Saronic Chamber Music Festival” in Greece, the “Dubrovnik Summer Festival” in Croatia, the South Korean festival “Classic Garden” or the “Konzerthaus International” in New York City – as a soloist as well as a member of chamber music ensembles.

Her occupation with overall artistic productions and projects – reaching beyond classical music – has lead to frequent performances with her own singer songwriter project MELA, but also to collaborations with artists such as Igudesman&Joo, Luis Ribeiro, Chrsitian Bakanic, Christoph Pepe Auer, Lylit and Dunkelbunt. 

Marie studied with Reinhard Latzko at the University of Music, Vienna, as well as with Valter Despalj at the Academy of Music in Zagreb. She has attended master classes with, amongst others, Eleonore Schoenfeld, David Geringas, Frans Helmerson and Jens Peter Maintz.




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