Stanley Bronstein Interviews Eve Wolf


Playwright and pianist Eve Wolf founded Ensemble for the Romantic Century (ERC) in 2001 with the mission of creating an innovative and dramatic concert format in which the emotions revealed in memoirs, letters, diaries, and literature are dramatically interwoven with music, thus bringing to life the sensations and passions of a bygone era. For the past thirteen seasons, Eve has written scripts for more than twenty-five of ERC’s theatrical concerts and has performed in most of the ensemble’s forty-plus original productions.

Praised for her compelling performances, she’s appeared in Europe and the United States as a chamber musician and soloist. She received a BA in Art History from Columbia University and an MA in Piano Performance from New York University. She teaches at The Curtis Institute of Music and Columbia University-Teachers College and is a professional mentor at The Juilliard School. She’s taught her seminar “Confronting Memory: Memory Techniques for Musicians” in the United States and abroad.


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