Ms. Edwards has performed extensively in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. Her roles include Mimi, Violetta, Desdemona, Butterfly, Pamina, Marguerite, Donnas Anna and Elvira, Micaela, Rosalinda, Antonia, and many others. Companies with which she has appeared include The Amato Opera of New York, Pennsylvania Lyric Opera Theater, Delphi Opera, Boheme Opera NJ, Delaware Valley Opera Company, Amici Opera, Concert Operetta Theater, and Piccola Opera of Philadelphia, among others.
Reviewing Ms. Edward's portrayal of Suor Angelica in Philadelphia's Chestnut Hill Local, Michael Caruso said: "Soprano Eve Edwards was splendid in the title role. Her singing struck the perfect balance between power and delicacy, beautifully communicating the conflicting emotions of virtual hysteria at the thought of her little son dying without a mother's love and a tender longing to be with him in heaven, her faith assuring her that he was waiting for her held safely in the arms of the Blessed Mother."
Also specializing in less frequently performed operas, Ms. Edwards has performed the roles of Angèle Didier in Lehar's The Count of Luxembourg, Ofelia in Thomas' Hamlet, and Medora in Verdi's Il Corsaro. Additionally, Ms. Edwards appeared in the title role of the American concert premiere of Roland Fiore's opera, Linda, under the baton of the composer.
Ms. Edwards is also a frequent concertizer, having sung in the world premiere of David McConnell's chamber orchestra version of Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915 in a performance described by the Reading Eagle as "stunning." Other soloist performances have included Violetta in La traviata with the Lansdowne Symphony, Bach's B Minor Mass with Orchestra Society of Philadelphia, Schubert's Mass No. 2 in G Major with the Greater Trenton Choral Society, Messiah, Bach's Christmas Oratorio, and Handel's Esther with the Chestnut Hill Orchestra, and Brahms' Neue Liebeslieder Walzer with the Philadelphia Chamber Chorus.
Ms. Edwards currently studies voice with Harold Evans. She has also studied with Roland Fiore, and with Kathryn LaBouff at Cornell University, from which she received her Artium Baccalaureatus.
Ms. Edwards is also the founder of Delphi Opera.
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