"I think your niche is blowing people's minds - and
that transcends the boundaries of musical distinction" - Chris Blyth,
@ Moor & Coast Spring Session Festival
Sat 23rd June, Whitby
@ Warwick Folk Festival
26-29th July 2018
@ Bromyard Folk Festival
6-9th September 2018
... please contact Marilla for any enquiries regarding performing, teaching, workshops, photography, massage or Feldenkrais.
From Saturday 23rd January 2016 ~ 5-7pm
Danny Kyle Open Stage at the
Celtic Connections Festival
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Broadcast on Celtic Music Radio 95FM
You can listen back to the broadcast here.
Coming Soon: Digital release of Carry the Black Beast
New single of Carry the Black Beast and May Time Dawns available on disc only.
All 3 albums are now available online at CD Baby, and many other digital distributors :)
Physical Discs can be purchased by contacting us, or coming to a gig.
At the 2014 Cork Folk Festival, Marilla's song Settler's Wife won 2nd prize in the New Traditional Song contest and 3rd prize in the new Contemporary Song Contest!
Marilla is currently based in England, and is available to tour worldwide.
She has recently performed in Australia, Scotland, Ireland, Estonia and England.
Marilla is also a talented photographer, and is becoming known for her photos of bands at festivals and concerts.
Below are some songs for you to listen to; a YouTube clip of extracts from a concert in 2012; some reviews.
These are excerpts from a long recital - A mixture of opera, musical theatre and folk songs
Review from Roger King OAM, Director of Boite World Music:
"It was a beautiful night at the Boite. Marilla's fine singing and
arrangements - She Moved Through the Fair was one highlight amongst many
- was supported by the Housemen - Liam Davis, Stephen O'Hern and Silas
Palmer, all fine multi-instrumentalists and singers. Marilla's love for
her music and her generosity and sense of humour shine through. Laura
Zarb was a surprise guest, in great musical form following the very
recent launch of her first CD. Marilla surrounds herself with fine,
generous musicians. Good luck to her."