Austrian native Eva Kastner-Puschl enjoys a vibrant performing career throughout Europe, the U.S. and China as a classically-trained mezzo-soprano, pianist and actress, performing as soloist and with renowned ensembles. She has been seen with the American Bach Soloists Academy, OperaWorks, the Amherst Early Music Festival, The Princeton Festival, The Philadelphia Singers, Sound of Baroque in Shanghai, Princeton Pro Musica, the New York Continuo Collective, The Princeton Singers, Early Music Princeton among others. In addition to her classical training, she indulges in cross-over, jazz and theater.
Ms. Kastner-Puschl is an active performer with A Moment for Music (M4M Productions) in Princeton, the Philadelphia Symphonic Choir, works as a section leader at Trinity Episcopal Church in Princeton and is on the voice and piano faculty of Westminster Conservatory of Music. Besides a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, Ms. Kastner-Puschl holds diplomas in Music and Instrumental Music Education from University of Music and Performing Arts, Graz (Austria) and a Master’s degree in Social and Economic Sciences from Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz (Austria).
She loves to share her musical gift, and desires most of all to inspire in her students and audiences the same great passion for music she herself feels.
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