Eva Tamsky

Style: Opera; Jazz; Classical; Musical Theatre

Eva is a graduate of Westminster Choir College where she completed her Masters degree in Voice Performance and Voice Pedagogy. She earned undergraduate degrees in vocal performance and music education at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Throughout the past five years, Eva has worked both as a choral music educator and as a voice teacher. Prior to her graduate work, Eva was the choral director of an after school program. She completed her teacher training in middle school and high school choral programs while teaching voice privately. While spending time in the choral classroom, Eva developed a passion for studio teaching and the individual impact that a voice teacher can have on developing artists. As a result, Eva enjoys working with both choral and solo singers of all experience levels. IMG_2778.jpg Eva is an active performer and opera singer. Her most recent project is Yidn Singen: A 21st Century Yiddish Art Song Recital. Eva has performed with the Princeton Festival, Stockton Opera, and Westminster Choir College Opera Theater. In 2017 she starred as Dido in Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas as part of Pacific Opera Theater. This production won third place in its category of the annual National Opera Association Production Competition.

Eva Tamsky is a San Francisco native. Eva and her husband, Nico, have lived in the Princeton area since she began graduate school. They fell in love with the beautiful greenery and warm community and have called it home ever since. When Eva is not teaching or practicing, she loves to experiment in the kitchen, pick up a book, or plan an adventure!

Voice Type: Soprano
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Jazz; Classical; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am available as a performer; I am currently accepting private students; I am available as a clinician or presenter

Contact Information


42 Thoreau Rd
Hamilton, NJ
USA 08690

TEL: 4157285197

E-mail: ev.tamsky@gmail.com
Web: eva-tamsky-voice-studio.net

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