Marianne Schroeder

born in 1949 in Reiden, LU, Switzerland

Marianne Schroeder

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Marianne Schroeder (born 1949) is a Swiss pianist and composer. She studied with Giacinto Scelsi. She played at Carnegie Hall, Lucerne Festival and Théâtre des Champs-Élysées. She worked with John Cage and Shigeru Kan-no.[1]

She is a member of the Groupe Lacroix and as such is specialized in contemporary classical music. As a member of the Groupe Lacroix she has worked with international musicians, such as the Ensemble Sortisatio.


With the Groupe Lacroix

  • 1997: The Composer Group together with the Moscow Rachmaninov Trio (Creative Works Records)
  • 2003: 8 Pieces on Paul Klee together with the Ensemble Sortisatio (Creative Works Records)

With Anthony Braxton

  • Four Compositions (Solo, Duo & Trio) 1982/1988 (hatART, 1989)


  1. Cage, John (1996). Musicage: Cage muses on words, art, music, Wesleyan University Press.

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