In July 2004 Olivier Marron won the first prize of the international « Johann Sebastian Bach competition » in Leipzig/Germany as well as the prize of the audience and a special prize for beeing the youngest finalist. After the competition he performed in concerts in the old opera house of Frankfurt/Germany and  in the Bach Festival Leipzig, and also at the Olympus Music Festival, in St. Petersburg, with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic.

        Olivier studied with Jean Deplace in Lyon, and Jean-Guihen Queyras in Stuttgart.

        In December 2005, he won a special Price at the Domnick Competition in Stuttgart, for his Interpretation of Contemporary Music.

        Olivier is supported by the Mécénat Musical Société Général, Culturesfrance, and received a Price from the « Fondation Simone et Cino del Duca-Institut de France », in Paris.

        Olivier was invited to play chamber music with Antje Weithaas, Tabea Zimmermann, Antoine Tamestit, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Alexandre Tharaud, Juliette Hurel, Kari Kriikku , Olivier Vivarès, Stefan Wirth, the Arcanto and Vogler Quartets and many others. He appeard in the Philharmonie in Berlin, Wigmore Hall in London, in the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, The Tonhalle in Zürich, during the Aldeburgh Festival, and Bachfest Leipzig.

        Due to his interest for contemporary music Olivier is playing with the « ensemble contrechamps » of Geneva/Switzerland, and had the chance to work with composers like Pierre Boulez, George Benjamin, Gyorgy Kurtag, Heinz Holliger, Helmut Lachenmann, Beat Furrer, Magnus Lindberg und George Benjamin.

        From January2009 until March 2011, Olivier has been teaching at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Stuttgart, as Assistant from Jean-Guihen Queyras.

        Olivier plays on a cello by Jonas Gierten (2012, Wiesbaden).