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Austrian-born composer/pianist Marion von Tilzer is an intriguing musician, in particular due to her talent of merging completely different styles in a surprising and original way. Her synthesis of Indian classical music with contemporary western music has lead to collaborations with musicians, choreographers and filmmakers from different parts of the world, as a composer and performer with her own groups. Her projects have been labeled stunning, fascinating and accessible at the same time. In 2012 she won the first prize of the Donemus Composition Competition in 2012 for Rote Schuhe, a musical suite, performed by The Bezetting Speelt throughout the Netherlands in 2013. In Spring 2014 Marion recorded a new piano CD together with fellow pianists Michael Gees & Frans Ehlhart with original compositions of all three musicians, a project initiated by Bert van der Wolf. Marion recorded her highly acclaimed album Kirvani Revisted with her chamber ensemble, the Marion von Tilzer Ensemble. She was commissioned to write two pieces for the Radio Symphony Orchestra of the Westdeutsche Rundfunk in Cologne, Germany. One of pieces received an honorable mention (Theodore Front Prize). Other commissions include a composition for the city of Amsterdam, which was premiered in the renowned Concertgebouw Hall. Her piece "Die Verlassene Stadt" an orchestral work was commissioned by the VU kamerorkest for their 20th anniversary and premiered in Amsterdam in 2012. It is dedicated to the victims of the Chernobyl disaster.

Marion von Tilzer is based in Amsterdam, where she studied piano at the Amsterdam Conservatory.

Sander Hoving