My project „caja de viento“ as part of the dual year Germany-Mexico came to an end in April 2017 with a concert in Mexico City. I was proud to premier five new pieces which were chosen out of 14 submissions by an international jury (Georgina Derbez, Prof. Ipke Starke and myself) The winners are Andrés […]

HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone, and thank you for 2016 which was packed with great music and wonderful people for me. lots of traveling, new pieces, new collaborations…. and more to come soon. Here are some memories, thank you to all the people who have helped to make all this possible.          

Gary Rouzer has just released two rather nice improv pieces that we recorded in an old railway tunnel in Alexandria, Virginia last year. Check it out! Accordion Cello Tunnel by Eva Zöllner and Gary Rouzer

I am proud to announce that I have joined the transatlantic ensemble COLLECT/PROJECT! With Frauke Aulbert (voice), Shanna Gutierrez (flute) and Francisco Castillo Trigueros (electronics) I will from now on discover experimental music projects between Hamburg and Chicago. Flease find more info on the collect/project Website

Radio feature by Leonie Reineke about my work and life as a traveling musician. “Unterwegssein – die Akkordeonistin Eva Zöllner” 31st June 0.05 am on Deutschlandradio Kultur With music by Antti Saario, Gordon Kampe, Daniel Quaranta, Georgina Derbez, Reso Kiknadze, Neele Hülcker und Alexandra Cárdenas

I am very grateful for all the people who came to join us for our charity concert last Friday in Hamburg! I performed with composer Carlos Andres Rico from Colombia and with Syrian composer and violinist Jehad Jazbeh and it was an intense evening with colourful music. We collected donations for the Syrian Expat Philharmonic […]

My project “caja de viento” got selected as one of the official projects of the Mexico – Germany year 2016. There will be workshops and concerts in different parts of the country followed by a call for scores for composers. The first trip will already happen in June 2016 and will take me to Mexico […]