Eva Ott, born in Budapest (Hungary), grew up in constant contact with music. She began her professional training after graduating from the Béla Bartók Conservatory, where she received pedagogical and artistic ideas. A little later she obtained a diploma as a teacher of piano and music theory. In Vienna she continued her education with the main focus on "concert piano," with "vocal accompaniment and "composition".
Here she successfully graduated in "Lied and oratorio with vocal accompaniment". She was also taught in Budapest by Tibor Wehner and Magda Vásárhelyi, among others. Later Eva Ott took lessons in Vienna with Hans Graf, Hermann Schwertmann, Robert Schollum and Prof. Neumann. She also enjoyed a pedagogical and artistic inspirational ideas by Viktoria Svihlíkova.
Eva Ott's professional focus was both pedagogical and artistic: She led a piano class at the Music Schools of the City of Vienna in Favoriten and participated in various concert events as a soloist, chamber musician, accompanist, salon musician and soloist of a baroque ensemble.
Since the beginning of 2005, chamber actress Elfriede Ott - her cousin - has involved Eva Ott in her artistic activities: together they created programmes of Austrian literature and music. Eva Ott also played at her cousin's acting academy.
In 2007 Eva Ott founded the "Béla Bartók Internationale Musikgesellschaft Österreich" with her former students.