Raised in Thailand and Uganda my appetite for musical adventures takes me all over the globe, exploring and redefining divergent traditions. I am always on the lookout for vibrant collaborations with unique voices in music, far from conventional, hitting the essence and celebrate life.
I want my music to be of uncompromising quality. I have a way of in music to do not the obvious, to do it different. As an improviser and composer I own a personal language that combines aesthetics and techniques of contemporary classical music with the virility of jazz. I do transport my horn into areas of contemporary music, deliver a sound, giving my instrument dimension and depth. I cherish real-time sound production, using complex extended flute techniques and electronic effects and love to casually shatter any stereotypes around the flute.
Next being around on the Dutch music scene for around 30 years I hold up an international touring career. I particularly gained much international acclaim for my solo recitals, my interpretations of Afro-Cuban religious folklore and my collaborations with especially Turkish free improvised kinds of music.
Genre-bending collaborations is spanning an arc of collaborations with jazz, contemporary music and different forms of world music crossovers, next to theater, performance art, visual arts, film and dance.
Maintaining a heavy schedule in multiple capacities as soloist, composer, producer, bandleader, teacher and curator. Seeking to capitalize on the music-hungry fanbase that developed in the Utrecht area, I launched festivals and concert series, serving the community through the arts. I am passionately committed to music education and outreach, having given clinics and masterclasses around the world.
Obsessed by music I use my voice to reach a world beyond. I surrender completely to artistic expression.
▪ Date of Birth: 12. June 1963
▪ Native place: Tübingen
▪ Nationality: German
▪ 1963 – ’66; Berlin, Germany
▪ 1966 – ’69; Bangkok, Thailand
▪ 1969 – ’72; Primary school Kampala, Uganda
▪ 1972 – ’83; High School ‘Konrad Adenauer Gymnasium’ Bonn, Germany
▪ 1983 – ’84; Social service at the ‘Godeshöhe rehabilitation center for the disabled’, Bonn
▪ 1980 – ’84; Private studies (flute) under Michael Heupel, Bonn
▪ 1984 – ’86; Studied Ethnology and Musicology at Berlin University
▪ 1986 – ’91; Studied flute and jazz at the Hilversum Conservatory under Ferdinand Povel
▪ 1989 – ’93; Second study of classical music at the ‘Amsterdam School Of Arts’ under Jos Zwaanenburg
▪ 1986 – 99; Prospective private tuition and workshops with James Newton, Dave Liebman, Hubert Laws, Jerry Gonzales, Miroslav Vitous, Daan Admiraal, Dolf Grunwald
▪ 1997-’98; Private tuition with James Newton, Lew Tabakin, Ken McIntyre, Hubert Laws, Buddy Colette, Steve Kujala, Pedro Eustache, Dave Valentin, Ellery Eskelin and Bobby Watson, in New York and California, sponsored by ‘Prins Bernhard Fonds’ and ‘Fonds voor de Podiumkunsten’
▪ 2007-2009; contract student at Codarts Conservatory for Indian Bansuri flute
Piccolo, C Flute, Alto Flute, Bass Flute, PVC Contra Bass Flute, Indian Bamboo Flutes, Flötophon, Prepared Flute, fx
My music build a bridge between jazz and classical contemporary music – often crossing boundaries with other musics of the world.
Born June 12 1963; I grew up in Thailand, Uganda and Germany. Started playing the flute at seventeen and ended up studying both: Jazz at the Hilversum Conservatory as well as classical/contemporary music at the Amsterdam ‘School of Arts’. Private tuition in the US (NYC & LA) and student of Indian Bansuri flute at Codarts, Rotterdam.
Subject of articles, interviews, specials and reviews published by music magazines and newspapers in the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Russia, Ukraine, Netherlands, Germany, Swiss, France, Austria, Surinam, Moldavia, Greece, Turkey, Czech Republic, Croatia, Egypt, Italy, India.
My music is chosen as Best Of (& Editor Pick, Special Feature, Tipsheet) in many international publications, featured in compilation CD’s, and rated no’s. 1 – 10 at play charts of radio stations all over the globe. As leader recorded 19 CD’s a.o. in Cuba, Senegal, Turkey, Poland released by Dutch, Turkish, German, French, Swiss, Polish and US Record Companies. Performs on 59 CD’s/LP’s
A.o. Chris Potter, Don Byron, Namgyal Llhamo, David Haney, Najma Akthar, Johannes Bauer, Petar Ralchev, Eddy Martinez, Mathew Ostrowski, Anatol Stefanet, Jason Robarts, Mola Sylla, Martha Gallarraga, Lucumi, Joe Santiago, Bob Ostertag, Tony Buck, Frank Gratkowski, Nicky Marrero, Sibel Köse, Daniel Marques, Shih-Yang Lee, Fay Victor, The Artdirectors, members of the Conjunto Folklorico National De Cuba, Yoruba Anabo, Raices and Clavé y Guaguanco, Gebhard Ullman, Claudio Puntin, Thomas Strønen, Carlos Zingaro.
or Dutch artists such as
Han Bennink, Luc Houtkamp, Eric Boeren, Jesse van Ruller, Arjan Gorter, Harry Sparnay, Theo Lovendie, Denise Jannah, Anton Goudsmit, Wouter Hamel, Wolter Wierbos, Ernst Reijseger.
Miguel ‘Anga’ Diaz, David Tronzo, Umut Caglar, Kamil Erdem, soloists of the Conjunto Folklorico De Oriente, Yoruba Anabo and Raices, Amelia Pedroso, José Pilar Suarez, Lazara Cachao, Leon Ware, Sandip Battacharya, Konstantin Ruchadze, Vitold Rek, Michael Moore, Monica Triga, Estrella Acosta, Omar Ka, Korhan Erel, Sandhya Sanjana, Fatih Ahiskali, Zolthan Lakos, Ramesh Shotham, Mary Oliver, Abou Thiam and many others.
or Dutch artists such as
Zuco 103, Giovanca, Lilian Viera, Izaline Callister, Mary Oliver, Raj Mohan, Michiel Borstlap, Alan Laurillard, Ad Colen, Tjitze Vogel, Michael Baird, Alan Purves, Michael Vatcher, Joost Buis.
As a leader/co-leader (or composer) he is featured on CDs with the ensembles ‘Lotz Of Music’, the duo Vogel/Lotz, ‘T(w)o-do’, ‘Mark Lotz & Shango’s Dance’, ‘Global Village Orchestra’, ‘Mark Lotz & A Fula’s Call’, the ‘Mark Lotz Quartet’, ‘Moldavia Calls’, ‘Zapp4’, ‘Lotz/Kneer’, ‘Mark Lotz/Islak Köpek’, ‘Mark Lotz/Alan Purves’, ‘Mark Lotz Trio’.
- 1997; Assignment for two compositions to be performed by the Utrecht Jazz Pool 1998
- 2000; Assignment for six compositions by the Dutch ‘Fonds voor de scheppende Toonkunst’
- 2000; Assignment by the Zapp String Quartet” for a composition for String Quartet and voice
- 2001; Assignment by the ‘Fonds voor de Scheppende Toonkunst’ for a composition for String Quartet
- 2002; Assignment for a composition by the ‘Travellin’ Light’ Piano Trio
- 2003; Assignment for a composition by Stichting Multiplex for the project: ‘Magic: Stories in music’, together with actor Nel Lekatompessy and The Global Village Orchestra.
- 2004; Assignment by the ‘Theater de Lantaren’ for their 2004 theatre production ‘Pendant La Nuit’.
- 2005; Assignment by the Fonds voor de Sheppende Toonkunst to write for our mWWm ensemble A Fula’s Callin’
- 2006; Assignment by the Fonds voor de Sheppende Toonkunst to compose for our project with VJ Soundshadow: Lotz Of Music Plays A Dutch View On Fish.
- 2010; Assignment by the Fonds voor de Sheppende Toonkunst to compose for : Moldavia Calls.
- 2013; Assignment for ten solo flute compositions by Fonds Podiumkunsten
- 2019; Assignment for two compositions for the immersive theaterplay June (Taipei, Taiwan)
- 2022; Assignment for compositions by BUMA/Stemra
Proud to make part of the faculties of the Utrecht (HKU) and Rotterdam (Codarts) Conservatories and the Academy Of Music in Alphen ad Rijn.
▪ 1991-now; Teacher for flute, jazz and ensembles at ‘Academy of Music’ Alphen a/d Rijn
▪ 1993-94; Teacher for flute and advanced training for the teachers in Enschede
▪ 1994-2000; Workshop leader for various institutions and music schools of music in the Netherlands
▪ 1994-95; Member of the education group in the ‘Jazz in Utrecht’ foundation
▪ 1996; Lecturer at the University, Alphen a/d Rijn and the ‘Culturele Circel Amstelveen’ foundation
▪ 1995-96; Teacher for flute and jazz ensemble at ‘Academy of Music’ Amstelveen
▪ 1997; Lecture at the Percuba Festival, Havana, Cuba
▪ 2000-2001; Guest teacher flute (jazz) for the Zwolle conservatory
▪ 2007; Guest teacher flute at the conservatory of Rotterdam (Codarts)
▪ 2010; Masterclass flute at Yildiz University, Istanbul, Turkey
▪ 2010-now; Part of the Faculty of the Utrecht Conservatory (HKU) Jazz/Pop department (flute & ensemble)
▪ 2012-now Part of the Faculty of the Rotterdam Conservatory (Codarts ) Jazz/Latin department
▪ 2014; Guest teacher at Hochschule für Musik, Bremen (Introduction to Indian Classical Music)
▪ 2014; Jazz workshop for Neflac (Netherlands Flute Association)
▪ 2015; Masterclass at Hochschule für Musik, Bremen (on solo concepts)
▪ 2015; Clinic at Wenchui Arts Center, Taipei, Taiwan
▪ 2015; Clinic at Zuhal Muzik, Istanbul, Turkey
▪ 2016; Clinic at MIA Festival, Portugal
▪ 2017; Masterclass and clinic at Unesco Jazz Week, Conservatory Kathmandu, Nepal
▪ 2018; Masterclass at Karol Lipiński Academy of Music, Wroclaw, Poland
▪ 2018; Masterclass at Instytut Jazzu PWSZ, Nysie, Poland
▪ 2018; Clinic at Szkoła Muzyczna I i II stopnia im, Krakow, Poland
▪ 2018; Lecture and solo recital at the International Scientific & Educational Conference Jazz XXI,
Akademia Muzyczna, Krakowie, Poland
▪ 2018; Masterclass at the Escola Superior De Música, Lisboa, Portugal
▪ 2018; Lecture & clinic for the ‘International Improvisation Festival Taipei’, Taiwan
▪ 2018; Clinic at Uereshi studio, Okinawa, Japan
▪ 2020; Masterclass Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland
▪ 2022; Lecture NEFLAC Academy, Ede, The Netherlands
▪ 2022; Masterclass, Thelma Yellin Highschool, Tel Aviv, Israel
Curator, Programer, Advisor, etc
▪ 1993; Organizer and co-founder of the first ‘Utrechts Jazz Treffen’ Festival
▪ 1994; Critic for the magazin ‘Muziek en Onderwijs’
▪ 2000 – 2014; Co-programmer of the ‘Music: World Series’ national wide concert & festival organization
▪ 2007 – 2011; Programmer of a weekly improv concert series ‘u-ex(perimental)‘ at the SJU Jazzpodium and Centraal Museum, Utrecht
▪ 2011 – now; Member of the government board of the association for improvising musicians, (BIM)
▪ 2012; Curator of the ’U-Jazz Festival’, Utrecht
▪ 2014 – 2020; Advisor composition ’Fonds voor Podium Kunsten’
▪ 2016 – now; Director of the Festival ‚Jazz Op De Sofa’, Zeist
▪ 2018/19; Organizer of the ‘HKU Flute Festival‘
▪ 2018; Curator of the ‘Taipei International Improvisation Music Festival’ (TIIMF), Taiwan. Edition ‘Focus On Holland’
• 2020; Curator of the Lotz Of Music Series in collaboration with Beauforthuis, Austerlitz
• 2020/21; Curator of Mark My Wor(l)ds concert series in collaboration with Museum Speelklok Utrecht
• 2020/21; GIST! A collective of Utrecht based artists with a festival and concert series
• 2021-now; VOLfest. A monthly world-music concert series at the Vollenhove flats, Zeist
• 2021-now; Jazzcafé Zeist. A monthly jazz concert at the castle Of Zeist.
Chronological Artistic Biography
▪ 1988 – 1991; Leader of the ‘Albanism Quartet‘ (with Michiel Borstlap, Tours in Spain, Tschoslowakia, Holland, Germany)
▪ 1989; Finalist with the ‘Albanism Quartet‘ at the Jazz Contest in Karlovy Vary, Slovakia
▪ 1990; Encouragement price of the Middelsee Jazzfestival Competition
▪ 1990; Gijs Hendriks’ ‘Construction Company’
▪ 1991 – 2000; ‘T(w)o-Do’, with bassist Tjitze Vogel “ (Tours in Germany, Belgium, Holland)
▪ 1991 – now; Leader of ‘Lotz Of Music‘ (Tours in Cuba, Holland, Germany)
▪ 1992; ‘Lotz Of Music‘ second price winner of the Middelsee Jazzfestival Contest (with special credits)
▪ 1992; Featured solist with ‘Bons’. A composition by Theo Lovendie for a classical chamber ensemble of 11 instrumentalist and one jazz soloist
▪ 1993 – now; Leader of the ‘The New Mark Lotz Standard Quartet‘ (Tours inn Holland, Belgium, Germany)
▪ 1994; Duo Baird/Lotz with drummer and percussionist Michael Baird
▪ 1995; Realisation of the project ‘noisiVision‘. A multimedia performance in cooperation with the duo ‘T(w)o-Do‘ and artist Elseline van der Graaf and her sculptures.
▪ 1995; With drummer Michael Baird recordings for the ‘Pavilloen – project – De wereld barst van de idealen‘ by artist Marijke Nielen from Utrecht.
▪ 1995; ‘Lotz Of Music‘ recorded the soundtrack for the Rolf Orthel documentary ‘Antartica – A Ticket To Eternity’
▪ 1996; Bass flutist in the Bass Quartet of bassist/composer Tony Overwater
▪ 1996 – 1997; ‘Utrecht Deep Artment‘ – an octet playing contemporary music
▪ 1996 – 2005; ‘Lotz Of Music Cuban Roots Project‘ which later was renamed ‘Shango’s Dance‘. A tentet performing a fusion of Afro Cuban religious folklore with Lotz Of Music. During the years recorded and performed with soloists of Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba, Conjunto Folklorico de Oriente, Clavé y Guaguanco, Miguel Anga Diaz, Amelia Pedroso, Lucumi and Raices Profundas.
▪ 1997; with bassist Tjitze Vogel recordings for the TV animation picture ‘Klinkende Verhaalen’ by Metropolis Films/Bart van Lisdonk.
▪ 1997; Solo concerts within exhibitions of artist Marijke Nielen
▪ 1998 – 2001; performing as sideman in Jorge Martinez Galan ‘La Sonora de Galan’, Estrella Acosta Band, Rumbanana, Lis Harting Sextet. In 1999 toured as guest soloist in Austria with 4Front by Andreas Pirringer.
▪ 2000; ‘TiffnoiZe’ – ‘Silent Moves & Violent Grooves‘ a project with video and improvised music by VJ Gido, soundfreak Allan Laurillard and percussionist Michael Baird
▪ 2000; World music concerts; mWWm. 1rst edition with a.o. danser John Kayongo (Kenia) and Tabla player Sandip Bhattacharrya (India)
▪ 2000; 12’tet ‘Beat Sharks’ of Allan Laurillard (a fusion of Sun Ra with Break Beats!)
▪ 2000 – now; ‘Estrellas Acosta’s Guaijra‘ – Cuban Country Songs
▪ 2001; Performances ; ‘mWWm’ Mark’s Wild Wold Music‘ 2nd edition with percussionist Afra Mussawisade, violinist Oene van Geel and bassist Tony Overwater.
▪ 2001 – 2003; ‘Seafood’ by Alan Laurillard improvisations on Break and Jungle Beats)
▪ 2002- 2006; ‘Zuiderzee Orcestra’ – interactive freestyle Big band; In the field of classical music Mark Lotz was soloist in Danisov’s “Concert for contra bass, flute and double orchestra” in 2003 on PVC contra bass flute with the Het Nederlands Fluit Orkest.
▪ 2002 – 2011; Raj Mohan’s Vistar – crossover of North Indian classical music and jazz. Special guests: Denise Jannah, Anthony Heidweiler, Timucin Sahin.
▪ 2002 – 2009; the start of a collaboration with old style House producer/composer/DJ Eric Cycle. Resulting first in the act ‘Shiva’s Lounge‘ which evolved into ‘Afro Lounge – New YoRUba BeAt‘.
▪ 2002 – 2010; Global Village Orchestra – a ten piece world music fusion ensemble feat. a.o. Mola Sylla, Behsat Uvez, Kamil Abbas and Alan Purves. As part of the Global Village Orchestra Lotz in collaboration with actor Nel Lakompessy contributed to the music theatre show “Magic: Stories In Music” in 2004.
▪ 2003; ‘Page One’ – live dance act by Producer Duo Ivo & Maarten Meijer
▪ 2003 – now; Raj Mohan’s Shairana – a literair programme around North Indian classical music and jazz
▪ 2003 – 2004; ‘Flutes n’ Brass’ – The Guus Tangelder Big Band fronted by four Flutists (Ronald Snijders, Jeroen Pek, Peter Guidi, Mark Lotz)
▪ 2004; Three basses and a flute – a collaboration of the bassplayers Meinrad Kneer, Tony Overwater and Jos Machtel with a flautist
▪ 2004; Najma Akthar versus Vistar – crossover of Asian Underground with India jazz fusion
▪ 2004 – 2005; ‘Lotz Of Music’ and Pendant La Nuit – Lotz Of Music performing as a Finish Jazzband in the theater play Pendant La Nuit by Erik de Vroedt
▪ 2005; Flute Jazz Trio – Trio jazz with drummer Joost van Schaaik and bass player Arjen Gorter
▪ 2005; ensemble BB Connected of vocalist Beer Teipe
▪ 2006 – 2016; Mark Lotz & A Fula’s Call – world fusion with Omar Ka, Afra Mussawisade and Raphael Vanoli.
▪ 2007-2012; Lotz Of Music versus VJ Soundshadow – ‘A Dutch View On Fish‘
▪ 2007-2011; part of the Kamil Erdem Quartet
▪ 2008; Studio/CD recordings (flute & bansuri); Wahid, CD Hymn Forever by Konstantin Ruchardze, CD Cadencia by Sandra Mirabal & Jacob Klaase, Rekesh Dukaloo, DJ Gumnaam, Easy Aloha’s, CD Subway Silence of Giovanca. Tour through the Us and Canada with Estrella Acosta’s Guaijrra.
▪ 2009; concert & recordings (Holland, France, Egypt, Bulgaria); Droeh Nankoe, Sandhya Sanjana, Raj Mohan, Estrella Acosta, Wouter Hamel, Giovanca, Ad Colen Quartet, Pierre Abbo, Jacky GrandJean, Regine Gesta, Lotz Of Music, A Fula’s Call, Oguz Buyukberber, Felicity Provan, Han Bennik, Mary Oliver, Ad Colen, Meinrad Kneer, Guillaume Heurtebize, John Dikeman, Roosie Woof.
▪ 2009, Utrek City Improv; collective of Utrecht based soloist performing music of Michael Baird.
▪ 2009; Part of the film project ‘Pép’ on the one note by Bernadette van Beurten.
▪ 2010; recordings; Konstantin Ruchardze, Lazara Cachao, Islak Köpek, Umut Çaglar, Florent Merlet, Can Omar Uygan, Michael Hays, Alexandre Toisoul, Iman Spangaaren, Steve Mariat & Monica Triga. Recorded flute tracks for Rory Ronde, Jayanti Noömi and Eelco Topper. U-experimental recordings with Meinrad Kneer, Felicity Provan, Joost Buis, Dana Jessen, Alfredo Genovesi, Yedo Gibson, Han Buhrs, Mary Oliver, Maartje ten Hoorn, Guillaume Heurtebize, Koenrad Ecker and Jodi Gilbert.
▪ 2010; concerts (Holland, Egypt, France, Turkey); Chris Potter Tentet, Fay Victor, Tony Buck, Johanes Bauer, Moldavia Calls (a.o. Anatoli Stefanet, Paul Pallesen), Jasper Stadshouders, Kamil Erdem, Sibel Köse, Tony Overwater (also video film), A Fula’s Call & Euregio Wind, Brass & Percussion Orchestra, Bora Çeliker, Ahmed Nazmi, Jan Schellink, Juan Gancino Parra, A Fula’s Call, Lotz Of Music, Paul Maassen, Rembrand Frerichs Kepera Trio, Hayhtam Safia, Global Village Orchestra feat. Namghyal Llhamo.
▪ 2011; concerts (in Turkey, Holland, France, Germany and Moldavia): Laurent Rochelle, Laurent Paris, Utrecht Impro City Collective, Heddy Boubakker, Pierre Dayraud, Regine Gesta, Iman Spaargaren Septet, Eelco Topper’s ‘You And The Manager’, Harry Cherrin, Sebastian Grams, Startrunk, Moldavia Calls, Sandhya Sanjana, Lotz Of Music, Claudio Puntin’s ‘Sepiasonic’, Guillerme Heurtebize, Lotz/Erel Duo (feat. Eric Boeren, Wolter Wierbos, Robert van Heumen, Han Buhrs), A Fula’s Call, JigaVoo, Projecto Paulinho do Violao, Raj Mohan, Johanna Varner, Dick Toering, Keir Neuringer, Ears Wide Open Trio, Moldavia Calls (w. Jodi Gilbert, Paul Pallesen), Islak Köpek.
▪ 2011; Recordings; A Fula’s Call CD with Afra Mussawisadeh, Bao Sissoko, Omar Ka, Jeroen van Vliet. Recorded bansuri for Konstantin Ruchadze. Demo recording voor Christel Meijer.
▪ 2011; Tour to Suriname with the Raj Mohan Ensemble.
▪ 2012; concerts (Holland, Suriname, France, Senegal); Raj Mohan’s Daayra and light classical ensemble, A Fula’s Call, Maarten Ornstein, Jeannine Valeriano, Miro’s Move, Brederodse Consort, Sandhya Sanjana, Solo, Heddy Boubakker, Omar Adam, Spinifex, Hampathe & Sahel Blues. Collaborations in Mark Lotz Meets Don Byron, Marieke Snijders/Mark Lotz Duo, Duo Mark Lotz/Alan Purves, Duo Hierdeis/Lotz and with danser Kenzo Kusada
▪ 2012; Part of the film ‘improvising hands, improvising minds’ by Bernadette van Beurten. Recorded bansuri for Konstantin Ruchadze, Multitrack CD by Radio6 and for producer Gumnaam. Programmer for the 2012 edition of U-Jazz Festival.
• 2012; recordings (The Netherlands, Dakar Senegal): Mark Lotz & Omar Ka, A Fula’s Call, Izaline Callister, Papis Ndiaye.
▪ 2013; concerts (Holland, Senegal, France, French Guiana, Turkey); Miro’s Move, Sumru Ağıryürüyen, Paulo Chagas, Islak Köpek, Lotz/Erel, Sibel Köse/Mark Lotz Quinet, Duygu Demir, Yahya Dai, Raj Mohan, Sandhya Sanjana, IstanPOOL with a.o. Michael Moore & Anne La Berge,The Hague Ethospheric Orchestra feat. Oene van Geel and Tom Beek, duo concerts with Daan Herweg and Achim Heine, Bram Stadshouders and Mark van Tongeren, Snijders/Lotz Duo, Solo.
• 2013; recordings; Raj Mohan with a.o. Zapp4. Recordings for Abou Thiam and his CD Ngaari Laaw (Fouta, Senegal)
▪ 2014 concerts (Germany, Holland, USA); Dario Farello, Laurend Rodz, Sandhya Sanjana, Mark Lotz & A Fula’s Call, Mark Lotz Solo, Purves Lotz Duo feat. Anton Goudsmit, Jean Luc Thomas, Neco Novellas & Stefan Schmid, Miro Move, Snijders/Os/Lotz Trio, T(w)o-Do Duo, Hans Hasebos/Michael Vatcher/Marcos Baggani/Wilbert De Jode/Han Buhrs, Ernst Glerum/Jeffrey Bruinsma/Joshua Samson, Cheryl Pyle.
▪ 2014; recordings; Snijders/Os/Trio, Mark Lotz Solo, Gijs Batelaan, CD Emotional Orbit
▪ 2015; concerts (Holland, Germany, Turkey, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, France); Solo Flutes, Lotz/Erel Duo with Gebhard Ullman, Frank Gratkowski, Nicola L. Hein, Three Basses And A Flute with Meinrad Kneer, Klaus Kürvers, Adam Pultz Melbye, Daan Herweg, Tjitze Vogel, Sarp Maden, Bora Celiker, Sevket Akinci, Giray Gürkal, Gülsah Erol, Umut Caglar, Can Omer Uygan, Raj Mohan, Genetic Choir, Duo Lotz/Purves, M-M-M, Shih-Yang Lee, Bob Ostertag, Alessandro Bosetti, Fangy-Lu, Mike Tsang, Ying-Da Chen, Ing Lang, Shen Piji, Pierre Veniot, Sze Ka Yan, Nelson Hui, Paul Yip, Li Jihazeng, Qing Song; dansers Marloes van Houten, David Leung, Ara Cho, etc; HKU Jazz Flute Quartet, Laurent Avizou, danser Christine Couzi.
▪ 2016; concerts (Holland, Germany, Belgium, France, China, Spain, Portugal, Scottland, Poland, India, Austria); Solo Flutes, ‘Flutes n’ Squeeks’ with Lotz/Purves Duo, Elisabetta Lanifredi, Meinrad Kneer, Korhan Erel, Erik Wong, Irene Klepl, Angelika Sheridan, ‘Mark Lotz & A Fula’s Call’, Ernst Reijseger, Lotz Of Music, Claudio Puntin, Bayin Muren, Paulo Caruda, Miguel Miro, Paulo Chagas, David Golek, Ricardo Tejero, Javier Entonado, Victor Zamora, Joel Silva, Carlos Baretto, Laurent Rochelle, Frédéric Schadoroff, Eric Boccalini, Estrella Acosta, Mark Bischoff, Pedro Luis Pardo, Luc van Eendenburg, Joe Rivera, Armando Vidal, Anil Eraslan, David Patrick, Tom McNiven, Sam Coombes, Ole Seimetz, Max Grosch, Calum Robertson, Andrew Robb, Phil O’Malley, Brian Molley, John Kenny, Lamin Kuyateh, Suresh Sardjoe, Jonatan Szer, Diego Cortez, Gonzalo Lopes, Raj Mohan, Lourens van Haaften, Marco van Os, Folker Tettero, Lina Alemano, Mathias Müller, Yorgos Dimitriadis, Piotr Wojnarowski, Liliana Zieniawa, Alex Clov Baczkowski, Alessio Zucca, Rogier Telderman, Efe Erdem, Alex Simu, Mehmet Polat, Dymphy Peters, Jeannine Valeriano, Maarten Ornstein, Yasmine Allas, Joel Wilson, Paul Pallesen, Ivo Bol, Ilse Van Haasdrecht, Heiko Dijker, Sharat Chandra Srivastava, Igor Bezget, Mayank Bedekar, Ustad Chhote Rahimat Khan, Harshit Misra, David Tappesser, Pranai Gurung, Auxanne Cartigny, Jörg Brinkmann, Daniel Marques.
▪ 2016; live recordings with Lotz Of Music in Neerpelt, Belgium.
▪ 2017; concerts (Holland, Germany, Nepal, India, Spain, France); Solo Flutes, Lotz/Purves Duo, Eric Surmenian, Laurent Paris, Daniel Marques/Mark Lotz duo, Mandala Tribe, Raj Rajat, Raj Mohan, Daan Herweg, Achim Heine, Lorenzo Buffa, Rogier Telderman, Efe Erdem, Alex Simu, Steven Kamperman, Coen Kaldeway, Christoph May, Thomas Strønen, David Golek, Pat Cleaver, Marco Santos. Phillip Moser, Iman Spaargaren, Theo Holsheimer, Kristina Fuchs.
▪ 2017; recordings for Rory Ronde/Gijs van Stralen, Raj Mohan, Gabriel Selfie, Mark Lotz /Alan Purves.
▪ 2018; concerts (Holland, Germany, India, Poland, Portugal, Italy, France, Taiwan, Okinawa); Shanyne Ballantyne, Sandeep Madhavan, Imran Khan, Sonic, Pranai Gurung, Nimisha Shankar, Matteo Fraboni, Holger Jetter, Christos Yerolatsitis, Aron Nyiro, Anurag Naidu, Dee Wood, Sahil Shah, Deepak Srnivas, Maximiliano De Miranda, Eric Wong, Korhan Erel, Grzegorz Piasecki, Wojciech Bulinski, Robert Jarmuzek, Grzegorz Pauka, Kuba Plucek, Leszek Hefi Wisniowski, Marek Choloniewski, Rafal Mazur, Fleurine, Ian Faquini, Alaor Soares, Vitor Goncalves, Eduardo Belo, Bert Lochs, Henk de Ligt, Alan Purves/Mark Lotz, Estrella Acosta, Luc Eendenburg, Jorge Martinez Galan, Armando Vidal, Joe Rivera, Pedro Pardo, Nelson Cascais, Joao-Paulo Silva, Martin Andersen, Maria Do Mar, Carla Santana, Joanna Guerra, Alex Sarrouy, Luis Vicente, Pedro Melo Alves, Boris Martins Nunes, Paulo Galao, Carlos Canao, Paulo Chagas, Fernando Simoes, Bruno Goncalves, Pedro Santo, Alfonso Castanheira, Miguel Mira, Paulo Leal de Duarte, Maria Radich, Joao Madeira, Carlos Zingaro, Laurent Paris, Romain Baudoin, Felicity Provan, Rogier Hornman, Wilbert De Joode, Shih-Yang Lee, Li-Chin Li, Min-Yeh Terry Hsieh, Chun-Te Liu, Dawan Yingfang Huang, Chaoming Tung, Mark van Tongeren, Gin Lin, Ing-Lang Chang, Ying-Da Cheng, Katsura Yamauschi, Gazua Gacha Ueshi, Yoshiki Takahashi, Sebastiaan Kaptein, Hideki Takao, Johma Kosuke.
▪ 2018; collaboration with cineast Michiel van Bakel
▪ 2018; collaboration with dancer Kenzo Kusuda,
▪ 2018; recordings (Poland, Holland) for Mark Lotz Trio, Joona Samuel, Raj Mohan and ‘Des Astres d’Or’ (Raymond Dijkstra)
• 2019: concerts (Holland, Germany) Mandala Tribe, Lotz/Purves, Solo, Andrea Caruso, Ray Mohan, Lourens van Haften, Suresh Sardjoe, Ruben Bekx, Abel Marcel.
• 2019: recordings: Joona Samuels, EP The Act Of Disintegration, Art As Catharsis, Modij LP Epifania
• 2020: concerts (Holland, Germany); Lotz Of Music, Lotz/Purves, Solo, Mark Lotz Trio, Mark Lotz Quartet, Ben Bönniger, Mandala Tribe, Organsim Orcestra.
• 2020: recordings; Marieke Snijders/Wieke Garcia, Estrella Acosta, Martijn Soeterbeek, Food Foragers.
• 2021; composed for theaterplay June (Taiwan), organized a lot concert series and festivals.
• 2021; concerts with Mark Lotz Trio, Lotz/Purves, Sojourners Truth, Raj Mohan, Mandala Tribe, Africa Calls, Orient Calls, Brazil Calls, Laima Trio, Solo.
• 2021; recordings; Harald Walkate Septet, Mandala Tribe (video), Michelle David & the True Tones, Felbm
• 2022; concerts (Holland, Poland, Taiwan, Israel) Mark Lotz Trio, Mark Lotz ensemble, Mandala Tribe, Africa Calls, Laima Trio, Solo, New York Second, Grzech Pietrowskis World Orchestra and a online stremming concert w.a.o. Min Yeh Terry & Li Li-Chin, Atempo Trio, Itay Amir, Yoav Lachovitzky, Adaya Godelevsky, Maya Felixbrodt, Tobias Nijboer, John Engels, Bert van den Brink, Frans van Geest.
• 2022; recordings; Mark Lotz Trio, Mark Lotz ensemble, Iye Echa & Mark Lotz.
• 2023; concerts Ella Zirina/Tijs Klassen, Mark Lotz Trio.