Eva Bodrogi received her Master’s Degree in early music from the Vocal Department of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London as a student of Susan McCulloch, Emma Kirkby and Nancy Argenta, and she gained vocal teacher MA from Schultz Katalin at the Music Department of Miskolc University, Hungary.

After winning 2nd price in „The German Song” voice competition in London, she was given the honour to work together with William Christie, Christian Cirnyn, David Roblou and Catherine MacCintosh. After returning home Eva performed in several highly acclaimed concert halls of Hungary and Europe, such as the St. John's Smiths Square and the Barbican Hall in London, the Pierre Montfort de L' Amoury in France, the Concert Hall of the Zuiderpershuis in Antwerp , the Melk Abbey in Austria, the Korundi in Rovaniemi, the Concert Hall of Slovak Philharmonic in Brno, the Liszt Academy Concert Center and the Palace of Arts in Budapest, among others.

She has participated in the Ax-An-Provance Festival, the Brno International Music Festival, the Bath International Music Festival, the Silent Festival in Finnland,the Pentecost Early Music Festival, and the Perla Musica Early Music Festival.

She has co-operated with orchestras led by outstanding conductors, such as Domonkos Héja, Márton Rácz, László Bartal, Géza Török, Imre Rohmann, László Tihanyi, Salamon Kamp, János Bali, Pál Németh, Kálmán Straussz, Béla Drahos, László Gerhát, Soma Dinnyés, Gábor Hollerung.

She has been the soloist of the Budapest Festival Orchestra, the Musica Antiqua Austria, the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Weiner-Szász Chamber Symphony Orchestra, the Erkel Ferenc Chamber Orchestra, the Solamente Naturali, the Savaria Baroque, the Aura Musicale, the Budapest String Orchestra, the Orchestra of Rhotenburg, “La Tempesta” ensemble, the Ensemble Philippe the Erdődy Chamber Orchestra and the Contemporary Orchestra of the Baltics.

She has made several CDs for Naxos and Hungaroton, one of them – a world premiere, conducted by Héja Domonkos, the Acting Music Director of the Hungarian State Opera– was awarded the “CHOC” prize by “Le Monde de la Musique”.

The other important pillar of her musical career is being the singer of the Ludium Ensemble, led by Gábor Csalog, pianist. The group focuses on performing pieces by the world-famous Hungarian composer, György Kurtág. With “Thrensemble” and with “Barefoot Musicians”(led by Katalin Koltai) she regurarly performs contemporary world-premiers, most of them were composed specially for her.

She has leading roles at outstanding Hungarian theatres, performing in contemporary operas, such as Made in China, PestiEsti. For three years she has been working as a director at Bük-Eckartsau Cultural Festival, directing Kacsoh’s János Vitéz and Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte.