Wind soloists

Eugenia Moliner

" An artist of the highest calibre..."

The British Flute Society Magazine

Flutist Eugenia Moliner has been acclaimed by the British Flute Society Magazine as "a brilliant young musician." She started her musical education at the age of 14 in Valencia (Spain), and continued her studies at Rotterdam's Conservatorium (Netherlands), graduating with the highest honors. Her professors were Dolores Tomas, Jo Hagen and Jan Gruithuizen. She also attended master-classes with Jaime Martin, Kate Hill, Raimond Guiot and Magdalena Martinez.
While studding in Netherlands she won the Young Musicians of De Doelen competition in Rotterdam (1996). She played as a first flute of Baroque Ensemble in Rotterdam and second flute of National Philharmonic of Netherlands. Eugenia was also the first flute of "Montebello Ensemble" with which she appeared around Europe. With the same ensemble she performed for the Shoenberg's family on the national Dutch TV.
Eugenia is a very active chamber musician. She is a member of the "New Opus trio" (Flute, Guitar and Viola), and "The Cavatina duo" with guitarist Denis Azabagic. They play in concert halls and festivals of Europe and USA, such as Eem and Veem festival in Groningen (Netherlands), Aix en Provence summer festival (France), Frechen festival (Germany), Ciutat de Burriana festival (Spain), Dame Myra Hess (Chicago).
She has appeared in radio and television programs in Spain, Netherlands and the USA. As a soloist she performs recitals with accompanist Rob Broek in European and US music festivals and teaches masterclases in both continents as well. Eugenia has recorded three CD's, a solo CD with her pianist Rob Broek and two CD's with the Cavatina duo for the Spanish label Opera Tres. Her Performances have received dazzling critics from American Record guide, British flute society, and other specialized magazines in Europe.

"...The energy levels behind this playing are breath taking, the ensemble playing is superb and the program is fascinating"

Pan Magazine

"Sensual warm and resonant sound Hand -in-glove style of playing"

American Record Guide