The activities of Nathalie Marin, French conductor, overarches both Europe and Latin America. Nathalie Marin is currently artistic director of the Ensemble Habana XXI. She has been permanent conductor of the Mersin State Opera (Turkey) in 2017. She has been resident conductor of the Kosovo Philharmonic until June 2016. From 2011 to 2013 she was artistic director of the National Symphonic Orchestra of Ecuador from 2011 to 2013 and before of the orchestra Ensemble Orchestra de l’Isère (France).
As a guest conductor Nathalie Marin conducted the Buenos Aires Philharmonic, Mendoza Philharmonic Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra of Rosario, San Juan, Salta Academy Orchestra of the Colon’s Theater (Argentina), Brussels Philharmonic (Belgium), the Rudolstadt Symphony Orchestra (Germany), Nice Philharmonic (France), Voralberg Symphony Orchestra (Austria), the National Symphonic orchestras of Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Panama, Vietnam, the State Philharmonic Orchestra of Chihuahua, Puebla, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Xalapa, (Mexico), as well as in important theaters as in Colon theater (Buenos Aires, Argentina), La Fenice (Venice, Italy), Shanghai (China) at the occasion of the Universal Exhibition, at the Cité de la Musique, Paris where she conducted Carré by K. Stockhausen along with Michel Tabachnik.
Nathalie Marin shared her activities between symphonic and lyric repertoire. She conducted numerous operas as Macbeth at the International Opera festival of Istambul (Turkey), Don Giovanni at the Gran Theater of Habana, Tosca, Cosi fan tutte with Orchestre Pasdeloup (Paris), Die Dreigroschenoper by K. Weill at the Livorno, Pisa and Lucca theaters, Falstaff at the Mancinelli theater of Orvieto (Italy), Der Freischutz at the Festspielhaus of Bregenz (Austria) etc.
Nathalie Marin has been assistant conductor of Maestro Michel Tabachnik from 1994 to 1999. In 1999 she obtained her conducting Master degree at the “Danish Royal Academy” in Copenhagen. In 1998 she was assistant conductor of the “Royal Danish Opera” in Copenhagen. She also followed the teaching of Jean Claude Harteman for the lyrical repertoire. She has studied clarinet at the Conservatory of Lyon.
Nathalie Marin’s recordings include Serge Prokofiev’s Peter and the wolf and Camille Saint Saens’ Carnaval des animaux with the Ensemble Orchestral de l’Isère. Leading the National Symphonic Orchestra of Ecuador, she recorded music by Debussy, Ravel, Satie, and flamenco music with the guitar soloist Serge Lopez, Cuentos Ecuatorianos for children by E. Florencia, Divertimento by E. Guevara, concerto for oboe by B. Blauth (oboe Jose Luis Urquieta). She gives numerous masterclasses and lectures at universities and for the public. She is a member of the International Music Council.