|David Cristobal Litago||Henriette Jensen|
|Marijke Schröer||Jonas Tschanz|
Marijke Schröer began her saxophone studies at the Conservatory of Groningen with Peter Stam, where she finished her Bachelor with a Cum Laude. For her Master’s degree she went to Amsterdam to join the international renowned saxophone class of Arno Bornkamp. In June 2011 she completed her studies successfully.
As a performer Marijke Schröer’s activites are from an impressive versatility. She premiered several (solo) pieces including the Dutch premiere of Christian Lauba’s Worksong in attendance of the composer himself. Besides Melisma she is also a member of Noota, NootaXL, SaxYOn, Nederlands Saxofoon Octet and Swing Orchestra.
Furthermore she appeared on festivals such as Grachtenfestival Amsterdam, City Proms Leeuwarden or Sonsbeekfestival Arnhem and participated in some international competitions, where she went to the finals (TIM Torneo Internazionale di Musica Verona).
In addition she followed master classes with a.o. Christian Lauba, Claude Delangle, Lars Mleklusch and Jean Marie Londeix.
In 2013 she received from the foundation ‘Stichting Eigen Muziekinstrument’ a donation, which made it possible to possess her own baritone saxophone. In 2013 she won a donation from the ‘Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds’ for a bass saxophone.
For more information: www.marijkeschroer.nl