(Bordeaux / Conservatory of Bordeaux)
After piano pedagogy and organ studies at the “Universitaet fuer Musik und Performing Arts” in Vienna, she unanimously won the first prize for piano in 1998 and the first prize for organ in 2002 in organ class in Vienna. She specialized at the Conservatoire de Paris with Olivier Latry and Michel Bouvard. She wrote a thesis on the restoration and reconstruction of historic organs and “Masters degree of Art “.
Eva Darracq-Antesberger is currently working as an organ professor at the Jacques Thibaud Music Conservatory of Bordeaux, as well as main organist at the German organ for the St-Augustin Church in Bordeaux. At the same time, she continues her international concert career, invited to organ festivals throughout Europe, Russia, China, Latin America, Japan and North Africa. Invested in contemporary music and music creation, she has collaborated with many musicians, composers, dancers, actors, at festivals in Zurich, Vienna and Paris (Elektrokomplex, Musica Moderna, Novart, Orgel.Macht.Klang, Toulouse-les -Orgues ..), and created a dozen organ pieces.
Her work has been rewarded with awards and scholarships.
Since 2007, she has been working with the “Fondation Royaumont” as part of cross creations for organ, especially with electronic music, multimedia and dance. In this same approach, she realized the work “Organica1” for dance and organ, created in Tokyo in 2012 and then at the “Toulouse les Orgues Festival” in 2013. A duet with violinist Stephane Rougier was born in 2013, from their common passion for music and the desire to share the most diverse repertoires.