Eva Zaïcik - the opera disovery of the ADAMI 2016 - graduated with a Masters diploma in singing from the Conservatoire de Paris after her studies in the class of Elène Golgevit, where she honed her skills under the watchful eye of masters such as Anne Le Bozec, Susan Manoff, Olivier Reboul, Margreet Hönig, Janina Baechle, Kenneth Weiss.
Her great sensitivity and eclectic music taste give her an opportunity to present her voice in all forms of expression, offered by vocal repertoire. She collaborates with numerous ensembles performing early music, such as Le Poème Harmonique, Le Concert Spirituel, l’Ensemble Pygmalion, Les Traversées Baroques and Le Taylor Consort, while staying up to date with contemporary music - she played Nelly in Betsy Jolas’ Iliade l’Amour in 2016. She also interpreted many works by Vincent Bouchot.
As an ambassador for the dialogue of cultures, the artist was invited to participate in the Oraciòn project, bringing together the musicians of the East and the West at the European Festival in Aix-en-Provence, Avignon Festival and the Royaumont Foundation. The project interprets the music of Ahmed Essyad, composed for the artist and Quatuor Tan.
During the 2016/2017 we will see the artist in Monteverdi's Orpheus and Mozart’s The Magic Flute at the Dijon Opera. She will also participate in the French tournee of the Baroque Music Centre in Versailles with Lully’s Amants Magnifiques (Massy, Rennes, Avignon, Reims, Le Touquet).