Piano, Cello, Violin
Eva Tseitlin began studying piano and cello with her father, Alexander Tseitlin, at age 4. Her studies have also been greatly influenced by her grandfather Michael Tseitlin, Kirill Rodin (Moscow Conservatory), Ron Leonard (LA Phil), and Ben Hong (LA Phil). She has participated in festival and faculty performances throughout California and Germany with artists such as James Lent (UCLA).
Eva has performed solo works with the Thousand Oaks Philharmonic and Channel Islands Chamber Orchestra, as well as been a featured artist in the Dialogues Concert Series in Thousand Oaks. She has held the Principal Cello position in the Conejo Valley Youth Orchestra’s Symphony Orchestra and Virtuosi Ensemble, and holds a position in the California Young Artist’s Symphony.
A skilled pianist, violist, and conductor, Eva accompanies her private studio as a pianist, volunteers her time in CVYO’s preparatory orchestra as a violist, and conducts Beacon Hill’s Classical Young Artists Program’s “Camerata Ensemble” as a teaching assistant.
Eva enjoys studying literature, trail running, swimming, and training Jiu Jitsu.
Favorite Coffee: Seasonal cold brew with extra foam.