Eve Beglarian, composer

Photo Credit: Renée Monrose

According to the Los Angeles Times, Eve “is a humane, idealistic rebel and a musical sensualist.” Her current projects include a solo piano piece about Emily Dickinson responding to Ives’ Concord Sonata for the pianist Donald Berman, a piece about water issues on the Colorado River for the Moab Music Festival, a queer exploration of 14th century composer Guillaume de Machaut’s multimedia love story, Le Voir Dit, with singer/performer Lukas Papenfusscline, a performance project around poetry by James Tate called What Are the Chances, and a piece for 24 basses in a grove of trees, composed for Robert Black and friends. Since 2001, she has been creating A Book of Days: “a grand and gradually manifesting work in progress…an eclectic and wide-open series of enticements.” (Los Angeles Times) 

Upcoming Performances:

Sep 7 – Robert Black: A Joyful Musical Life from the Bass Line
featuring the world premiere of Eve’s MMF commissioned work