Eva graduated from the University of Hartford with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Acoustical Engineering and Music. This gave her experience in architectural acoustics and acoustic modelling. She has been immersed in the performing arts since a young age and has played trombone for 13 years. In 2016, she was fortunate to perform with her youth orchestra in multiple venues in Portugal, including the Casa da Música. Eva’s many years of musical and theatrical experience has given her first-hand insight on what makes a performance space work for the performers and the audience.
Previous work experience includes an internship at Cerami & Associates where Eva conducted various aspects of acoustic consultancy including mechanical noise control, sound and vibration isolation, and room acoustics.
What first sparked your love of theatre or performing arts?
My dad used to work in technical theatre so I grew up hearing stories of the sets he built and the shows he put on. When we went to see shows together, he would comment on the lighting and sound design. So as I was growing up, performing in every ensemble I could be in, I was always fascinated by all the different parts that came together to make an amazing show.