Marc Marder



Marc Marder, was born in New York, and lives in Paris since 1978. After studying the double bass, he became soloist for the Intercontempary Ensemble from 1978 to 1980 under the direction of Pierre Boulez.

He is the bass soloist of the New-York Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra and becomes a member of the Orchestre National de France under the direction of Leonard Bernstein and Lorin Maazel.

He teaches bass at the Conservatory of Lyon while pursuing a career as a chamber musician. His score for Sidewalk Stories, silent film by Charles Lane won the Deutsche Schallplatten.

Marc Marder has composed music for Rithy Panh’s 24 films and had the honour of accompanying him at Cannes where six of his films were in the Official Selection. L’image manquante, won the Award from Un Certain Regard and was nominated for an Oscar for best Film in a Foreign Language category. He recently composed the original music for Sandrine Kiberlain’s Une jeune fille qui va bien, and Rithy Panh’s Les tombeaux sans noms, Irradiés, and Everything Will Be Ok.


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