Eugenia Moliner’s recordings as well as her live performances have received rave reviews from the American Record guide; the British Flute Society Magazine, FluteTalk, Fanfare, Chicago Sun Times, Fort Worth, Star Telegram, The New Yorker, and other specialized magazines.
As a member of the Cavatina Duo with guitarist Denis Azabagic, she has performed in concert halls and festivals in more than 30 countries around the world, such as the Ravinia Festival, the Harris Theater (Chicago), DaCamera Society (Los Angeles), at the Buntrock Hall at Symphony Center in Chicago, Mainly Mozart San Diego, National Performing Arts Center in Beijing (China), the Opening Gala at the 2008 National Flute Association Conference USA, the Aix-en-Provence Summer Festival (France), The Doelen (Netherlands), ICCR ( India), The Link (Netherlands), and in three occasions at the National Concert Hall in Taipei (Taiwan), and Daejeon Philharmonic Hall (North Korea), among many others.
She has appeared with the Chicago Sinfonieta, the Camerata Serbica, Sarajevo Philharmonic, Monterrey Symphony and Traverse Symphony. Ms. Moliner recordings have been featured as highlight of the month in radio stations around the US. She has been featured live on WFMT several times. Her CD’s and live performances have also been broadcasted on NPR and Radio Nacional de España.
Ms. Moliner has collaborated with numerous ensembles and orchestras, including the Chicago Symphony and Rotterdam Philharmonic principal players, the Chicago Chamber Musicians, Civitas Ensemble, the Rotterdam Baroque Ensemble, the National Philharmonic of the Netherlands and the Avalon String Quartet. With the Cavatina Duo she has been the subject of interviews in the international magazines such as Chamber Music America, Flute the British society magazine (UK), Classical Guitar (UK), Guitarra Magazine (web), TodoFlauta (Spain), Soundboard (USA) and FluteTalk (USA). They are the first guitar and flute duo to be featured on the cover of Classical Guitar Magazine (UK) and FluteTalk Magazine (USA).
Composers from around the world have written and dedicated new works to the Cavatina duo; Sérgio Assad and Clarice Assad (Brazil), Carlos Rivera, Michael Karmon, Alan Thomas (UK-USA), David Leisner (USA), and Joseph V Williams II (US). As member of the Cavatina Duo she has premiered the Concerto for Flute, Guitar and Orchestra (dedicated to them) in Belgrade with the Camerata Serbica, written by American composer Alan Thomas. Ms. Moliner discography includes eight CDs with international record labels such as Cedille, Bridge (USA), Orobroy and Opera Tres (Spain).
Mrs. Moliner is an Artist-Faculty at the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University in Chicago. She has given master classes in Spain, Taiwan, Mexico, Bosnia, Serbia, India, Holland and Portugal, as well as throughout the United States. Highlights of the upcoming season include concert tours in the US with the Cavatina Duo, performances with the Avalon string quartet, Fandango Quartet, as well as the Aspen trio.