Marlise Goidanich, a Brazilian, obtained a Degree in Music Education from the Federal University of the Rio Grande do Sul and Advanced Instrument Studies at the Paraná School of Music and Fine arts with professor Maria Alice Brandão. In Italy, she received her diploma on baroque cello from the International Music Academy in Milan with Gaetano Nasillo and the second-level 2-year degree on baroque cello at the Novara Conservatory.
From 1990 to 1998 she participated in the Conjunto de Camara de Porto Alegre, a medieval music group which she recorded the CD “Trovadores Medievais” with. In 1992 and 1998, group received awards from the City of Porto Alegre for that recording.
She has participated in various cello and chamber music courses with Martin Ostertag, Fred Pot, Robert Bex, Antonio Menezes, Gautier Capuçon, Jerome Ducròs, Maria Alice Brandão, Gaetano Nasillo, Mime Yamahiro, Anatoli Krastev, Nina Tobias, Darrett Adkins e Fabio Presgrave.
As a cellist, she has played regularly with the Novo Hamburg Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, the string orchestra of the Federal University of the Rio Grande do Sul’s “Projeto Prelúdio”, Porto Alegre Cello Orchestra, “Theatro São Pedro” Chamber Orchestra, the “Celloessência” Cello Quartet, the “Nova Camerata” group of contemporary music, and the “Solistas do Paraná” Orchestra. As principal cellist, she has worked in the PUC-PR Chamber Orchestra and in the Jaraguá do Sul Philharmonic Orchestra. She has collaborated with the Parana Symphony Orchestra and with the “Solistas de Londrina” Orchestra.
As a teacher, she participated in the “Extensão da Universidade Vale dos Sinos” course, has taught music education, cello and recorder at the “Pastor Dohms” school, the “Colégio Adventista do Boqueirão” and the “Cultura Artística Society’’ of “Jaraguá do Sul”.
In 2003 she received a Marco Fodella Foundation scholarship to study baroque cello with Gaetano Nasillo at the International Academy of Music in Milan.
During the years 2004/2005 and 2006/2007, she was the Academy’s baroque orchestra scholarship recipient and in 2005, scholarship recipient for the XII Baroque and Classical Orchestra Training Course of the “Academia Montis Regalis” of Mondovì.
In 2004 and 2005, she was invited as professor of cello to the Porto Alegre (Brazil) Festival of Early Music and in 2006 to Porto Alegre’s XII Cello Meeting.
In Italy she has participated in baroque orchestra and chamber music seminars with Trevor Pinnock, Lorenzo Ghielmi, Enrico Onofri, Antonio Frigè, Paolo and Alberto Grazzi, Gaetano Nasillo, Daniele Bragetti, Mara Galassi, Stefano Montanari, Alessandro Tampieri, Mario Valsecchi as well as baroque cello lessons with Mauro Valli and Marco Testori.
She collaborates with numerous early music groups including “Ensemble Turicum” (Zurich), “Musica Rara”, “Accademia Litta”, “Ensemble Estro Cromatico” , “Ensemble Pian&Forte”, “Cappella Mauriziana”, “Ensemble Dolcimelo” in Milan, “Il Tempio Armonico” in Verona, “Concento Ecclesiastico” in Genoa and “Concerto de’ Cavalieri” in Rome.
Marlise has collaborated also with modern artists and groups like Renato Borghetti, “Avion Travel” and “Max de Aloe Quartet”.
She recorded for “Amadeus”, “Stradivarius”, “Brilliant Classics”, “Deutsche Harmonia Mundi”, “Paraty” , “Abeat Records” and “Bongiovanni”.