Marc L. Vogler
komponist | pianist | dirigent

BIOGRAPHY (english)


Marc L. Vogler (*1998) is a German composer, conductor and pianist. Having composed his first opera at the age of 16 (premiered at the Gelsenkirchen opera house), he continued his path with academic studies of contemporary music in Düsseldorf and Cologne at the renowned Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln majoring in composition (Prof. Manfred Trojahn, Prof. Brigitta Muntendorf, Prof. Miroslav Srnka), orchestra conducting and piano. That gave him the opportunity to establish himself in the world of well-known classical music festivals and obtain engagements throughout Europe.

In 2022, Vogler has won the first prize at Deutscher Musikwettbewerb, further awards include Felix-Mendelssohn-Bartholdy competition, Opus One of Berliner Philharmoniker, Mauricio Kagel composition competition and the international composition competition Artistes en Herbe. His music has been performed i.a. by Magdeburgische Philharmonie, Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra, Niederrheinische Sinfoniker and Ensemble Musikfabrik as well as been broadcasted in WDR 3 radio, Deutschlandfunk and WDR television.

Further performances include concerts in Milan Cathedral (Italy), New Opera West Los Angeles (USA), ARTER Istanbul (Turkey) and within the Cordouan UNESCO Celebration (France). In 2017, his work was presented in an article for Der Spiegel magazine, since 2018, he obtained composition commissions i.a. for Europäisches Klassikfestival, Oper Bielefeld, AchtBrücken festival of Cologne Philharmonie and BTHVN 2020.

His latest opera "Felix Krull" (after the novel by T. Mann) has been premiered in 2023 in Excelsior Hotel Ernst Cologne under the musical direction of the composer.