Born in 1971 in Schwenningen/Germany.
Martin Tröndle studied music at the Academy for Music and Theater in Bern until 1997 and later in the concert class at the Conservatory MHS Luzern. Furthermore Tröndle studied cultural studies and cultural management, completing his doctorate degree at the Institute for Cultural Management Ludwigsburg on the »Integriertes Festivalmanagement« (Integrated Festival Management) in 2005.
From 1999 to 2002 he was a scientific associate at the HMT Bern. Since 2007 he is the department head for music and music theater at the Ministry for Science and Culture in the German federal state of Lower Saxony.
He is the leader of the Swiss national research project »eMotion« at the Institute for Research in Art and Design, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland, Academy of Art and Design Basle FHNW (http://www.mapping-museum-experience.com).
Artistic director of »concerto21« – the summer academy for culture of performance of the Alfred Toepfer Foundation F.V.S. and permanent lecturer at the Basle University and at the Academy of Art and Design Basle. From September 2009 he also will be an assistant professor for management of culture and artistic research at the Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen.
Publications and research projects: http://www.kunstpartner.com