Tenise Marie is 23  year old
singer- songwriter from
Argenta, BC. Her musical
influences are a cross- pollination
of Contemporary Pop and the
confessional songwriting of
Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell.

Tenise began her musical journey
singing and playing solo in local cafes.
She was blessed to be a part of Allison Girvan’s choirs: Corazon and Lalin, where her affinity for vocal harmony began.

Tenise went on to study voice at Selkirk College.
In 2015, Tenise Marie graduated from the Contemporary Music & Technology program with a diploma in Performance. Thanks to help from the Columbia Basin Trust and the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, she released her debut record "Oxygen" in April of 2016.

 In May of 2017, Tenise Marie completed her first tour, a Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance and Columbia Basin Trust funded project, comprised of eight dates performed in B.C. and Alberta.

Tenise is in the process of producing a new recording project of original music entitled 
"The Sailor & The Gypsy", supported by the Columbia Basin Trust and the North Kootenay Lake Arts & Heritage Council.



 
    Tenise Marie
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Tenise Marie performing with her classmates at the 
Selkirk College Gala

Photography: Bob Hall
     

Tenise Marie performing with Paloma Pendharkar at
Keep The Beat 2014
             
                                   Photography: Peter Schramm

Tenise Marie, Starbelly Jam, 2013

            Tenise Marie as a guest artist at
             Starbelly Jam 2013
           
              Eye Of The Mind Photography

Tenise Marie performing with Droop Capone at Kootenay One Fest, 2013
 
Eye Of The Mind Photography

Tenise Marie and Rory Hayes-Anderson performing as an acoustic duo at The Bluebelle Bistro in Kaslo, BC in July of 2016.

Photography: Emily Smith
Tenise Marie (Vocals and Guitar) and Rory Hayes-Anderson (Harmonica),
 captured at The Hideout in Red Deer, AB, the first date of their
May 2017 tour.

Photography: Sawyer Barrett

Tenise Marie performing in her graduating recital at Shambhala Hall, March 2015
             
              Photography: Bob Hall