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MARKUS NEUMEYER

Musical career

From 1993 to 2001, Neumeyer studied music education and conducting in Detmold and Frankfurt am Main and graduated with a degree in conducting.

Between 1998 and 2011, he served as assistant conductor of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdansk, musical director of the Chamber Opera Frankfurt, and musical director at the English Theatre. He also held the position of university choir master at the Technical University of Darmstadt and the regional choir Oberhessische Vocalensemble.

As conductor of the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt, he was in charge of many crossover projects and concert tours with the likes of Bobby Mc Ferrin, Chris de Burgh, and Melanie C.

For several years, he was also conductor of the Wetterau Jugendsymphonieorchester (youth symphony orchestra).

Since then, he has served as pianist, arranger, and composer in various musical theater productions that have toured throughout Germany, as well as in Luxembourg, Austria, and Switzerland. He has also made guest appearances at the Rheingau music festival, the Weilburger Schloßfestspielen, the Oper Frankfurt, the Staatsoperette Dresden, and many others.

Neumeyer is now musical director of the Kleinen Oper Bad Homburg and manages a range of productions at the Volksbühne Frankfurt.

At present, he is directing Struwwelpeter with the Ensemble Modern.

Current productions are Der Zauberlehrling, Lola Blau, Faust, Mucho Ado About Nothing, Im weißen Rössl à trois, Es will mer net in mein Kopp enei, der Struwwelpeter, Twelfth Night, Carmen à trois, C`est la vie Paris Paris, Mamma Mafia Muscia, A Summer Night’s Dream, Die Fledermaus à trois, Don Giovanni à trois, Erna der Baum Nadelt, and all productions of the Kleinen Oper Bad Homburg.

Neumeyer works closely with both soloists and ensembles, for example Ingrid El Sigai, Sabine Fischmann, Pit Knorr, Till Krabbe, Ali Neander, Berthold Possemeyer, Michael Quast, the Volksbühne Frankfurt, Frank Wolff, Anselm Wild, the Holzhausenquartett Frankfurt, the Stalburg Theater Frankfurt, and many others.

For his musical “Miss Marple, Endless Night”, Neumeyer received an award from the Akademie Musiktheater heute, which is sponsored by Deutsche Bank Foundation.

 

 

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