Flutist Eva Ding has often been humorously likened to an inflatable tube man onstage because of her enthusiasm and physicality. She is passionate about creating interactive, interdisciplinary works that meld together her love for music and theater. To that end, Eva is one of five artist residents who has been invited to produce and perform an original work of interdisciplinary performance art as part of The Center at West Park’s performance series in November of 2021.
Along with her flute-cello duo (KOE), which she founded, Eva recently received an Ensemble Forward Grant from Chamber Music America and also premiered two pieces by Chinese American composers Chen Yi and Zhou Long as part of Protestra’s “Heritage Against Hate” concert.
Eva is Shanghai-born, Auckland-raised and New York-based, having completed a Master of Music under the tutelage of Robert Langevin at the Manhattan School of Music. Find out more at http://www.eva-ding.com”