2017 SUMMER WORKSHOPS: Eva taught Balkan Romani songs at the EEFC’s Balkan Music and Dance Workshop in Mendocino, CA (June 24-July 1) and at Kosa Kolektiv’s Folk Camp Canada outside Toronto (August 21-27).
Eva is an experienced, skillful, passionate, and exacting teacher who effortlessly breaks down technical, linguistic and stylistic elements, while cultivating individual expression and joy in her students. Eva has been teaching Balkan singing for 20 years, and chooses rich, meaningful repertoire as a vehicle for learning a wide variety of singing traditions. Eva’s energy, wit, articulate explanations and illustrative voice modeling combine with her unfailing attention to detail to make her a unique teacher in high demand.
Eva travels internationally for residencies and clinics with professional and amateur choral ensembles, in Universities, Elementary and High schools, Community Choruses, and intensive music workshops.
Together, Eva & Peter are available for vocal and instrumental workshops on musical traditions of the Balkan Roma.
Current School Presentations include:
- I Belong Somewhere: Balkan Romani and Jewish Song. Developed in collaboration with Lincoln Center’s Meet the Artist School Series.
Select educational engagements:
- Augusta Heritage Center Vocal Week (2015, 2016)
- Adjunct Professor, New York University–Experimental Theatre Wing, Tisch School for the Arts (2014)
- World Music Symposium–Voci di Sorelle and Trinity University (2014)
- Yale University–Yale Slavic Chorus (2013-present)
- Bank St. School World Music Residency (2013)
- Mount Holyoke Chamber Singers (2013)
- University of Pittsburgh (2013)
- EEFC’s Balkan Music and Dance Workshops (2003-present)
- Williams College, Residency, Williams College Chamber Singers (2010)
Eva works as an ongoing consultant/specialist with a various vocal ensembles including The Yale Women's Slavic Chorus (Yale University, New Haven, CT) and Rogue World Ensemble (Ashland, OR).