photo by Adriano Fagundes
Eve Beglarian is a composer, performer, and audio producer whose work has been performed in the most mainstream concert halls and theaters, as well as in clubs and lofts.
Her chamber music has been commissioned and performed by the California EAR Unit, Relâche, the Paul Dresher Ensemble, the Crosstown Ensemble, and the New York New Music Ensemble, among others.
Her experience in musical theater includes collaborations with Chen Shi-Zheng (with China National Beijing Opera Theater) and Terry O'Reilly (with Mabou Mines).
She has worked extensively with dancers, including Robert La Fosse with New York City Ballet and Monica Lévy with Washington Ballet, as well as Ann Carlson, Victoria Marks, and Cydney Wilkes.
She recently traveled to Vietnam as an APPEX Fellow, sponsored by UCLA and the Ford Foundation. Her performing duo, twisted tutu, with keyboard player Kathleen Supové, blends high technology with theater.
Upcoming projects include Forgiveness, a new collaboration with Chen Shi-Zheng, and Queer Patterns, a twisted tutu musical theater piece directed by Valeria Vasilevski to be presented by Dance Theater Workshop.
Recordings of Ms. Beglarian's music are available on the CRI Emergency Music, O. O. Discs, Accurate Distortion, Atavistic, and Kill Rock Stars labels.
In addition to her composing and performing work, Ms. Beglarian directs and produces audiobooks of authors including Stephen King and Anne Rice for Random House and Simon & Schuster.
For more up-to-date information, please visit Eve's website: http://www.evbvd.com/