Photography: Rick Arnold

Conductor

After having graduated cum laude for his clarinet studies at the Brabants Conservatory and Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Marcel Thomas then continued his conducting studies with Georg Fritzsch.
Marcel participated in masterclasses given by Roberto Benzi, Jan Stulen, Claus Peter Flor, Marc Soustrot and Giacomo Gelmetti, courseleader at the famous summerschool “Academia Chigiana” in Siena.

In 2010 Marcel received first prize in the international conductors’ competition in Macon (USA) and conducted the Gwinneth Symphony Orchestra in 2011.
As conducting assistant Marcel Thomas has worked with both Jaap van Zweden with The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra (from 1999 to 2002) and Marc Soustrot with the Brabants Orkest as well as the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.

In 2012 Marcel conducted the Concertgebouw Open Orchestra and Choir and in 2014 He conducted and played the world première of his own holographic animation film (link)on Coplands’ Clarinetconcerto in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.
Marcel Thomas has worked with the Sofia Festival Orchestra, the Jena Symphony Orchestra, the Philips Orchestra, Amstel String orchestra, in the United States, China, Italy, France, Germany and Hungary accompanying internationally known solists such as Lang Lang, Igor Roma, Corky Siegel, Miranda van Kralingen, Natalia Gabunia, Matthieu van Bellen, Johan van Iersel.

Marcel Thomas

Music is my endless source of inspiration. Wether it is playing, conducting, teaching or inventing, the key element is the search of stories behind the music. Please visit my world and my passions.

360 Cinema Concert

‘the classical music experience reinvented’
Since the première of the holographic animation film on stage in the Concertgebouw, Marcel realised that holographic visuals mixed with live music performance has endless possibilities. He took this idea to the next level and applied Mixed Reality to create a 360º visual experience in the concerthall. Together with a symphony orchestra this enables a new way to tell the story behind the music:

360 Cinema Concert is now an internationally operating production company. It produces Mixed Reality visuals and films to be shown in the classical concerthall together with the live performance of a symphony orchestra.
Photography: Rick Arnold

Marcel Thomas

Music is my endless source of inspiration. Wether it is playing, conducting, teaching or inventing, the key element is the search of stories behind the music. Please visit my world and my passions.

Conductor

After having graduated cum laude for his clarinet studies at the Brabants Conservatory and Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Marcel Thomas then continued his conducting studies with Georg Fritzsch.

Marcel participated in masterclasses given by Roberto Benzi, Jan Stulen, Claus Peter Flor, Marc Soustrot and Giacomo Gelmetti, courseleader at the famous summerschool “Academia Chigiana” in Siena.

In 2010 Marcel received first prize in the international conductors’ competition in Macon (USA) and conducted the Gwinneth Symphony Orchestra in 2011.

As conducting assistant Marcel Thomas has worked with both Jaap van Zweden with The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra (from 1999 to 2002) and Marc Soustrot with the Brabants Orkest as well as the Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.

In 2012 Marcel conducted the Concertgebouw Open Orchestra and Choir and in 2014 He conducted and played the world première of his own holographic animation film (link)on Coplands’ Clarinetconcerto in the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.

Marcel Thomas has worked with the Sofia Festival Orchestra, the Jena Symphony Orchestra, the Philips Orchestra, Amstel String orchestra, in the United States, China, Italy, France, Germany and Hungary accompanying internationally known solists such as Lang Lang, Igor Roma, Corky Siegel, Miranda van Kralingen, Natalia Gabunia, Matthieu van Bellen, Johan van Iersel.

360 Cinema Concert

‘the classical music experience reinvented’

Since the première of the holographic animation film on stage in the Concertgebouw, Marcel realised that holographic visuals mixed with live music performance has endless possibilities. He took this idea to the next level and applied Mixed Reality to create a 360º visual experience in the concerthall. Together with a symphony orchestra this enables a new way to tell the story behind the music:

360 Cinema Concert is now an internationally operating production company. It produces Mixed Reality visuals and films to be shown in the classical concerthall together with the live performance of a symphony orchestra.

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