Magdalena Meitzner made her first chamber music recordings at the early age of 16 at Bayerischer Rundfunk. She has toured with ensembles such as Kroumata, Norrbotten NEO and Curious Chamber Players to events in China, Peru, Russia, Finland and Europe and performed both as soloist and in various ensembles at festivals like Ruhrtriennale (Ger), Båstad Kammarmusik Festival (S), aterteater (It), Ultraschall (Ger), transart (It), Sound of Stockholm (S), Kalvfestivalen (S), Huddersfield (GB), Malmö live (S) and Vinterfest (S).
Magdalena has recorded chamber music with artists like Barbara Hendricks, Peter Danemo, Carolina Eyck and Linn Persson. In autumn 2020 Hallow Ground will release a LP with music for electronics and percussion with compositions/electronics by Maria Horn.
Magdalena frequently works with different kinds of crossover-projects involving dance, speech, musiktheater and performance, for example at The Royal Dramatic Theater in Stockholm with Fedra/Hyppolitos in 2019.
Magdalena is a founding member of Hidden Mother, an ensemble who experiments with scenic music and is well known at European avantgarde festivals. 2018/19 Hidden Mother has been ensemble-in-residence for the concert series "Min Granne Tonsättaren" by Samtida Musik.
2019 Magdalena started her new duo Wave Dash with Camilla Hoitenga, flute. Wave Dash has so far premiered 11 pieces written for the duo - amongst others by Lei Liang, Anne LeBaron and Christofer Elgh- and has been ensemble-in-residence at the 2020 Composers Symposium in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Magdalena was featured at "Pukslaget: Magdalena Meitzner och Symbolernas Musik" at the swedish radio, P2.
She has also performed with most of the Stockholm-based orchestras, including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, The Royal Opera and Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. As principal she has worked in orchestras such as Dalasinfoniettan, Gävle Symfoniorkester and Blåsarsymfonikerna.
Magdalena Meitzner is member of and and member of the board of and .