Eva Dunian, native from Poland, moved to Washinton, DC where she received her Bachelor of Music in Violin and Viola Performance. She then went on to pursue her master’s in DC where she graduated with a Master of Arts in History of Music at the Catholic University of America.
She played for years with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra at the Maryland Theatre. She also freelanced and made recordings with the Fleur-de-lis String Quartet in the DC area, as well as, Italy.
In order to become a good teacher, she attended master violin classes and workshops by legendary teachers like Kato Havas, John Kendall, and Rebbeca Henry. She studied the violin with Jody Gatwood, the viola with Richard Field of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and she studied viola and violin with Ricardo Cyncynates, Assistant Concermaster of the National Symphony Orchestra. Ricardo made a lasting impact on her as a violin/viola teacher. She is now teaching violin and viola lessons with New Orleans Music Lessons (NOML) and we are proud to have her knowledge and expertise!
She looks forward to sharing her experience and passion for music with children, as well as, adults. She is often praised for being fun, approachable, and friendly as a teacher, and at time challenging. She truly enjoys teaching!