Having studied flute in Salzburg, Innsbruck and Vienna, Munich-born Marion Treupel-Franck specialised in traverso under Barthold Kuijken at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, where she was awarded her solo diploma in 1998. She had previously been a Villa Musica Mainz scholarship holder in 1995 and 1997, working with Reinhard Goebel and soon acquired a busy concert schedule, performing with leader Baroque orchestras such as the Bach Collegium Japan, La Stagione Frankfurt, Ensemble Currende, the Hassler-Consort, the German Mozart Orchesra, Hofkapelle München, Ensemle Phoenix Munich, La Banda and L’Estro Armonico.
Marion Treupel-Franck has performed on prominent concert platforms in Europe, South Africa, Central Amerika and Japan, (eg. Bach –Zyklus im Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Fränkischer Musiksommer, Musiksommer Loisachtal, Bachwoche Ansbach, Herrenchiemsee Festival, Innsbrucker Festwochen, Tage Alter Musik Herne, Rottweiler Sommersprossen, Bachfest Leipzig, Festival Radovljica, Early Music Festival 2013 in Southafrica, Music Festival in Antigua…)
She has made a number of radio and CD recordings, for labels like Sony, Pan Classics, Ramée, Ars Production, Mucavi Records and Conventus Musicus.
In 2000, she founded the Schlehdorf early music festival, which she continued since 2011 together with Axel Wolf and Jörg Meder in Armstorf. Additionally she was director of the International Renaissance Music Festival at the Gasteig in Munich in 2006.
Marion Treupel-Franck has taught transverse flute since 2001, first at the Richard Strauss Conservatory Munich, and then, since 2008, at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. In addition, she regularly receives invitations to give masterclasses and teach early music courses, including the Salzburg Mozarteum, the Conservatorio Nacional de Música “German Alcanta” in Guatemala and the Universities of Cape Town, Pretoria, and Kyoto. Since 2014 she teaches traverso at the Youth baroque orchestra of the Bavarian orchestra academy baroque.