“Such a diversity of approaches enables Egoyan to display the rich variety and depth of her performance technique. The works demand virtuosity of extremely different sorts. In some cases, it is the capacity to play music with fast, complex passages. In others, it may involve the ability to sustain extraordinary delicacy and quiet over a long span. Many shadings in between these extremes are explored as well. In all cases, the pianist shows herself a sensitive listener as well as performer, having obviously internalized the works so that she can perform them almost as if they were her own.” — Fanfare

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Something Else Festival

Something Else Festival

Eve plays Erik Satie at the Something Else Festival in Hamilton this July 29th, 7-8 PM. https://www.artgalleryofhamilton.com/program/free-thursdays-zula-something-else-eve-egoyan/ somethingelsefestival.com

Open Ears Festival 2021

Open Ears Festival 2021

Asking at Victoriaville – May 22, 2021

Asking at Victoriaville – May 22, 2021

For her first appearance at FIMAV (in the spellbinding Saint-Christophe d’Arthabaska Church), EGOYAN will present a piano recital consisting mainly...

Women from Space

Women from Space

The WOMEN FROM SPACE FESTIVAL’S directive is to celebrate and create a space for women during International Women’s Day Weekend...

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For digital downloads of most of Eve’s disc, please visit her bandcamp page: https://eveegoyan.bandcamp.com

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