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BIOGRAPHY

She began her musical studies in the “El Sistema” at an early age, a world-renowned

music program in Venezuela, where she was member of the Youth Symphony

Orchestra since 1997 thru 2004 and participated in countless Soloist Festivals. She

continued her studies in the city of Caracas with Maestro Victor Rojas in the Latin

American Flute Academy.

Ms. Moreno’s studies and experience include courses, festivals, and competitions in

Venezuela, Spain, France and England. She has been under the tutoring of world-class

musicians such as Peter-Lukas Graf, Michael Hasel, Jean-Louis Beaumadier, Philippe

Bernold, Alexa Still, Michael Bellavance, David Formisano, Maxense Larrieu and Susan

Milan as well as some of the most renowned Venezuelan pedagogues: Jose Garcia,

Antonio Naranjo, Marco Granados, Raimundo Pineda, Enver Cuervos, Andres

Rodriguez and Pedro Eustache.

She participated in the "National Flute Encounter in Caracas (2006)”; "Academie

Internationale d'Ete de Nice" in France (2007) (Nice International Summer

Academy); Charterhouse Music festival in England (2008) (Summer Academy); IV

2010 Andalusia International Flute Award (Flute Competition) as a finalist;

International Flute and Piccolo Festival in Venezuela (2011). In 2009, she wins the contest to

be part of the flute section of the Municipal Symphony Orchestra of Caracas since

2009 thru 2016, years in which she appeared as a soloist on two occasions in the city of

Caracas-Venezuela. Moreno was member of the Municipal Woodwind Quintet,

regularly performing both in Caracas and abroad.

She taught in several music schools across her home country for over ten years

as part of the faculty of the Latin American Flute Academy as well as the Amazonas and

Tachira State.

Eva is currently member of A trio, soloist and co-producer of the Paganini Project as well is Director and teacher of the Global Music Academy and co-founder and Board member of Bolivar Phil