Miriam Morris studied the viola da gamba with Wieland Kuijken and Jane Ryan. Her career has included many solo appearances and collaborations with leading early music ensembles, particularly in Australia.
She teaches the viola da gamba and cello at the University of Melbourne, and has pioneered early music in education in Australia, directing ensemble-based viol programmes in primary and secondary schools in Melbourne and Adelaide. She plays a copy of a Cheron seven-string bass viol (Paris c.1700) made by Ian Watchorn in Melbourne, Australia in 1997.
Miriam Morris is featured on the following titles
Performer: Bass Viol
Counter-tenor Christopher Field joins the outstanding viol player Miriam Morris to present Tobias Hume's The First Part of Ayres, the first collection of music to appear in England devoted exclusively to the lyra viol and bass viol.
Miriam Morris also appears on
Arguably one of Australia's finest Baroque trumpeters, Paul Plunkett's latest CD features sonatas and suites by Corelli, Torelli, Telemann, Purcell and Handel and rarely heard sonatas by Molter, Grossi and Biber.
Miriam Morris is a member of
The Elysium Ensemble has been acclaimed by critics for its exciting performances, fine musicianship and authoritative interpretations of music from the Baroque and Classical repertoire.