Marianne Schuppe was born in Gottingen, studied visual art and music with further studies in singing under the tutelage of Rajeswari Padmarabha in Madras and Michiko Hirayama in Rome. Schuppe is internationally engaged as an improviser and interpreter of the contemporary repertoire, she has world premiered works by Caroline Wilkins, Michael Maierhof, Alfred Zimmerlin, Daniel Mouthon, Mela Meierhans amongst others.Last updated: 2020-11-23 09:44:55
The last few years has seen an increase in her interest of text and speech, writing and the adaptation of text in the context of musical theatre and radio plays and concept compositions for voice.
Marianne Schuppe collaborates with such ensembles as the Klangforum Wien, the Ensemble 2 INQ, and in the Mela Quartett. In addition to other activities Schuppe also teaches in Switzerland, Germany and Japan.