Eugenia Moliner is a member of the “Cavatina Duo" with guitarist Denis Azabagic. They have performed in concert halls and festivals across Europe, the USA, and Asia in venues such as the Ravinia Festival, The Harris Theater, DaCamera Society,(Los Angeles), at the Buntrock Hall at Symphony Center in Chicago, Mainly Mozart San Diego, National Performing Arts Center in Beijing (China), the Opening Gala at the 2008 National Flute Association Conference USA, the Aix-en-Provence Summer Festival (France), the Eem & Veem Festival in Groningen (Netherlands), the International Guitar Festival in Frechen (Germany), The Link (Netherlands), and in three occasions at the National Concert Hall in Taipei (Taiwan), among many others.
Composers from around the world have written and dedicated new works to the Cavatina duo; Sérgio Assad and Clarice Assad (Brazil); Carlos Rivera, Michael Karmon; Alan Thomas (UK-USA), Erik Otte (the Netherlands); Alejandro Yagüe (Spain); Boris Gaquere (Belgium) and V. Ivanovic (Bosnia/Greece). The Duo received the Encore Prize in 2003 for their collaboration with Michael Karmon.
Ms. Moliner has performed recitals with pianist Rob Broek and the New Opus Trio. She has collaborated with Chicago Symphony and Rotterdam Philharmonic principals and co-principal players, the Rotterdam Baroque Ensemble, the National Philharmonic of the Netherlands and the Montebello Ensemble, among others.As a soloist she has appeared with the Chicago Sinfonieta, the Camerata Serbica, Sarajevo Philharmonic, Monterrey symphony and Traverse Symphony.
While studying in the Netherlands, Ms. Moliner won the Young Musicians of De Doelen competition in Rotterdam. Ms. Moliner studied at the Conservatorio Superior de Musica Joaquin Rodrigo in Valencia, and at the Rotterdam Conservatorium, where she obtained degrees in solo performance and chamber music. Her teachers include; Jo Hagen (principal Rotterdam Phil), Jaime Martin (Principal St. Martin in the fields, European Chamber Orchestra), Kate Hill (English Chamber Orchestra), and Els Van Zundert (principal Royal Opera Belgium). She has given Master classes in Spain, Taiwan, Mexico, Bosnia, Serbia, India, Holland, Portugal, as well throughout the United States.
Ms. Moliner's discography includes six CDs with international record labels such as Cedille, Bridge, Orobroy and Opera Tres (Spain). Her CDs and live performances have been broadcasted on NPR and Radio Nacional de Espana. She has also appeared on TV programs in Spain, the Netherlands, Taiwan and the USA.