ELLE MÁRJÁ EIRA

VISUAL ARTIST FROM SÁPMI, NORWAY

Elle Marja Eira is an exciting artist and a musical export from northern Norway. Eira is a multi-talented artist who works with film and music.She tells stories from her family background as reindeer herder with music. The concerts are always strong visuals in the audiovisual landscape and are often described as poetic and political.

Her music is urban pop, reflected in the world she comes from. Cool, arctic, electronic music colored by world music and traditional Sami music. A unison corps of critics hails Elle Marja for beautiful concerts. She has played concerts in the Nordic region, and International stages in Canada, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Finland, Sweden, Guatemala, Brazil, France and China.

WHAT THE PRESS SAYS

UPCOMING SHOWS

ALBUMS

Elle Márjá and her musicians is working on their debut album at the moment.

MUSIC VIDEOS

Šálbmi (Eye of the needle)

Guođohit - To herd

Coming-soon6

Mu várri (my mountain)

Coming-soon5

Giehka (Cuckoo)

Iđitsilba (Trailer)

A short film by Elle Márjá Eira

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CONTACT LABEL:

VENICE BEACH
Jon Marius Aareskjold
E-mail: jonmarius@mac.com

CONTACT BOOKING:

Morten Hyld Pettersen
E-mail: mortenhyldpettersen@gmail.com


Earlier concerts and performances

The year 2013 NN+ artist. As a artist she has made appearances and concerts including for Riddu Riđđu festival, Regnskogfondet, Yoiked for His Majesty King Harald, Dertour Academy 2014, SALT, Festspillene i Nord-Norge, Sommerdagan i Meløy, Varangerfestivalen, Nordlandskonferansen, Finnmark race in Alta, for Prince and Princess of Monaco in conjunction with the Climate Conference in Kautokeino, World Indiginous Broadcasting Conference in Kautokeino and the World Table TV with Art Smith, Ice Adventure in Kautokeino, National Arts Festival in Hammerfest, Sørøyrocken, Chess World cup opening in 2013 in Tromsø, Northern Norwegian Art Museum, Márkomeannu festival, Easter festival in Kautokeino, Aronnesrocken, Ruk`u`x, 30th anniversary of Norway’s support to indigenous peoples in Brazil, Prix Jeunesse, Vozduh open air festival in Russia and Skiippagurra festival.

Now recently, she wrote the song “Váibmoláđis” for the documentary “Familiebildet” by Yvonne Thomassen which premiered during the Tromsø International Filmfestival 2013.