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Eva Caballero

Originally from Barcelona, Spain, Eva Caballero was awarded a scholarship to study at Trinity College of Music, London, with Daniel Pailthorpe. Towards the end of her BMus (Hons) degree, she discovered the baroque flute with Stephen Preston and continued her studies on historical flutes with Lisa Beznosiuk at the Royal Academy of Music.

Eva took part in the Ann and Peter Law OAE Experience in 2009. After that she completed the Formation Supérieure with Jeune Orchestra Atlantique, in France, an orchestral and chamber music training on classical and romantic repertoire on period instruments. Langrée, Minkowski, Herreweghe, Lonquich and Malgoire were some of the conductors on these projects.

Her work involves performing in London-based ensembles and a variety of orchestras, including Solomon’s Knot, The Mozartists, The Sixteen, Gabrieli Consort & Players, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Armonico Consort among others. She has also given recitals at the Handel Hendrix House, Raynham Hall, the Wallace Collection and St. Martin-in-the-Fields among others.
Collaborating with dance and theatre companies, she has worked on improvisation and modern techniques performing in the Tête à Tête Opera Festival and IV Festiwal Atelier in Poznan, Poland.

She has also taken part in various recordings such us An English Coronation and Elijah with Gabrieli Consort and Players, St Matthew Passion with English Baroque Soloists, Il Sogno di Scipione and Grabmusik, Bastien und Bastienne with The Mozartartists and Complete Solo Soprano Cantatas, JS Bach with Armonico Consort.

Eva has won numerous awards as a chamber music performer in the UK and Spain including XIII Paper de Música de Capellades, Premi Ciutat Manresa, IX Pòdiums de St. Joan de Vilatorrada and the Anglo-Czech Trust Competition.

Eva is also an enthusiastic educator and works as a flute teacher in North London primary and secondary schools as well as North London Conservatoire.

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