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" To tell a story. To move an audience "
This is the mission of Eva Zavaro's music. Born in Paris in 1995 to a French composer father and a Polish violinist mother. Eva first picked up a violin at the age of five and hasn't put it down since!
After obtaining her bachelor's degree from the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris under the direction of Roland Daugareil, she moved to Munich in order to attend the Hochschule for Musik and study under her lifelong idol, the world renowned violinist Julia Fischer.
Eva is curious, cheerful and loves to travel. Her violin has taken her everywhere: from France to the United States, to China, to Japan!
Truly at ease on stage, Eva seizes every opportunity to share her passion through performance, be it as a soloist, accompanied by piano or orchestra.
However, it has been chamber music that has captivated her the most-discovering this genre of music at the age of 11 and collaborating with various ensembles ever since.
She is the founder of the string quartet Quatuor Daphnis (with Ryo Kojima, Violaine Despeyroux and Alexis Derouin).
Eva is the recipient of the 2016 Georges Enesco prize, given by the SACEM (French Composers Society). She is the first prize winner of the Johannes Brahms International Competition 2018 in Pörtschach, Austria, as well a the winner of the Vadim repin prize for the best Mozart interpretation