Marais Project | The Art of Monody

Fresh from a successful appearance on Melbourne Digital Concert Hall, and the release of their new recording, ‘Two’, The Marais Project launches its 2021 Season with a distinctive pairing of the Old World Europe and music from the Australian continent…

CD Review: Marais Project | Two

One of the admirable, indeed inspiring, aspects of the 2020 pandemic year is the number of musicians and groups who produced recordings during that time. The CD under review is one such product. ‘Two’ features Jennifer Eriksson on viola da…

The Marais Project | @Peach Black Art Gallery

Live music returns to the Peach Black Gallery! To make up for lost music, we are cramming 3 stunning concerts into one weekend October 16 – 18. The Spring Collective will feature a diverse range of artists, bringing their unique…

The Marais Project | Two

Part of Independent Theatre A Cafe Culture Series ‘TWO’ celebrates the long-standing musical friendship of leading early musicians, lutenist Tommie Andersson and viola da gambist, Jenny Eriksson. In this truly special event each will play a solo bracket before joining…

Jennifer Eriksson produces two for the price of one – Marais Project and Elysian Fields in one concert

We have been following Jennifer Eriksson’s “Marais Project” since its inception. Marin Marais (1656-1728) was a prolific viola da gamba player and composer. He wrote many volumes of gamba music. In the year 2000 Ericsson set herself the ambitious task…

Marais Project are performers at the top of their art form

What’s not to love about an hour of delightful C18th French music on a Sunday afternoon, followed by a glass of complimentary wine and the chance to schmooze with the musicians and fellow concert goers?

The Marais Project: Marais and the operatic muse

Alexander Knight ranging from a rich dark chocolate lower register to an affecting upper range. He doesn’t just sing the notes, he performs the work.

Sounds Baroque at Macquarie University Art Gallery

To anyone venturing into the weird but enjoyable world of opera, this was a splendid introduction. But it was enjoyable for anyone, young or old.

The Marais Project Smörgåsbord!

This beautifully compiled CD with extensive booklet notes certainly comes highly recommended for the uninitiated who wish to learn about Swedish culture, history, & music.

The Marais Project: Smörgåsbord Music from Sweden

Jenny Eriksson teams up with Tommie Andersson, a fellow Swede to produce a CD of Swedish music. There isn’t a track on this CD that you wont enjoy!

The Marais Project – From Medieval Mystics to the Rocky Horror Show

The Sydney Conservatorium Recital Hall was packed with music lovers on Sunday afternoon, ready to once again savour the delights of viola da gamba music at the talented hands of Jenny Eriksson and her merry band – The Marais Project.…

The Marais Project’s Rameau

A celebration of The Marais Project and Rameau with works spanning centuries. A full crowd, buzzing and learning. A pleasant relaxing afternoon.

The Marais Project’s Lady Sings the Viol

A triumph of arrangement and a showcase of the talents of its participants, Lady Sings the Viol demonstrates what can be achieved if musicians and performers are willing to challenge sterotypes and push the boundaries of their ‘normal’ performance envelope.

Reflections on Banff 2013 from Jenny Eriksson

In January and February 2013 Jenny undertook at short term Winter Residency at The Banff Centre, Canada. Banff is one of the largest arts centres in the world. To be accepted she had to present a proposal which in her…

Marais Project’s Swedish Roots was a great afternoon

It was my first time hearing Marais Project. Their Swedish Roots was a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon and it was wonderful to meet classikON-er Mo at the concert. The Recital Hall West at The Conservatorium of Music…

Swedish Roots: Jenny Eriksson & Tommie Andersson

classikON hears from two of Australia’s leading early music specialists – gambist Jenny Eriksson and lutenist Tommie Andersson.