Marie is a versatile musician performing on both historical and modern instruments. She works with several early music ensembles in Denmark including Concerto Copenhagen, Camerata Øresund, Copenhagen Soloists. She is a passionate and active chamber musician playing with among others Ensemble Rost and Biedermeier Trio.
She is co-principal violist in Basel Sinfonietta – orchestra specialising in contemporary music. Together they toured Switzerland, Germany (Darmstadt Ferienkurse für neue Musik), Japan and Austria. Past projects collaborated with musicians such as Peter Eötvös and Laurie Anderson.
For her artistic projects Marie received support and grants from Statens Kunstfond, Oticon Fonden, Frederiksberg Fonden, Solistforeningen af 1921, Dronning Ingrids Romerske Fond, San Cataldo and Toyota Fonden.
Marie studied viola with Françoise Gnéri, and chamber music with Michel Moraguès in Conservatoire National de Région de Rueil-Malmaison, Paris. Following which, she studied viola with Geneviève Strosser, and chamber music with Anton Kernjak at the Music Academy of Basel, Switzerland. Here she developed her interest in early music and took a part of her studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with David Plantier. She completed a Master of Arts in Musical Performance in 2011.
She played with symphony orchestras in France, Switzerland, Germany and Denmark, including work with Parisian orchestras such as Orchestre Colonne and Orchestre Pasdeloup, an internship in Saarländisches Staatsorchester led by Toshiyuki Kamioka, and in Denmark, projects with Copenhagen Phil. From 2014 to 2016, she held a contract with the Danish National Symphony Orchestra (DRSO).
“Such a repertoire clearly gave the opportunity for solo performances from each member of the incredibly close-knit duo. Individually the musicians demonstrated a preparation and experience of international level as well as a versatility in the mastering of their instruments.” (Il Guffetto, Rome 2017)