Eve is an experienced concert and stage artist and has performed in Australasia, Continental Europe and the UK. After graduating with a Bachelor of Music (University of Auckland) she went on to complete a Graduate Diploma of Vocal Performance (Queensland Conservatorium) studying under Joseph Ward OBE. Amongst numerous awards she culminated her studies in 1999 with a Churchill Fellowship and in 2003 was a finalist in the Wagner Society's Bayreuth Bursary, the UK's most prestigious Wagnerian competition. She has performed solo with many orchestras, among others: Queensland Pops Orchestra (Aus). Brandenburg Sinfona (London) and, to an audience of 6000, with the New Zealand Symphony. Her operatic roles range from Michaela and Countess to Freia and Gutrüne. Eve has a passion for 20th Century and chamber music, and has enjoyed performing a number of world premiers of contempory compositions. In the last years, alongside appearing with Rich Tea Entertainment, a vocal quintet specialising in music from the 20s to 40s, she has performed on the musical theater stage as Nancy in Oliver and as the Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music.
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Eve's teaching experience spans over 30 years. She has taught in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany and France in English, German and French. Eve has experience with courses from individual classes to large groups up to 60 participants teaching students from 3 months old to retirees and has worked both as a contracting teacher and in her own studio .
In 2018 she taught vocal technique at the
Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Toulouse and began teaching at the International School of Toulouse. For the last two years she has been engaged by the Maire de Pibrac to direct two theater projects in English at the schools Bois de la Barthe and Maurice Fonvieille.
She also currently operates her own studio teaching both vocal technique and violin.