After 20 years of orchestra playing in St Gallen, Switzerland and serving on the faculty of the Vorarlberg State Conservatory of Music in Feldkirch, Austria, Eva Amsler is since 2001 Professor of Flute at Florida State University.
As pioneer on authentic interpretation of Baroque Music on modern flute and advocate of New Music she enjoys a worldwide career as a performer and teacher. Eva Amsler tours and performs with The Dorian Consort and Shalev Ad-El, harpsichord. She loves all sorts of Chamber settings enjoys being a soloist and is Principal Flutist in the Tallahassee Symphony orchestra. She has appeared at concert venues internationally, including Carnegie Hall, and Phillips Gallery in Washington, D.C., the Belk Theatre in Charlotte during the NFA Convention 2011 and most recently at the Musikhochschule Freiburg im Breisgau at the German Flute fest. She also regularly holds master classes in Europe, the United States, South America, and Asia. Her CD recordings have been released on the ‘ambitus’ and Cavalli labels
As founder and president of the European Flute Association “syrinx” (Society for Sponsorship and continuing Education of Flutists) she is responsible for programming the yearly Flötenfest. With Traverso Colore she is, together with FSU Alumni, enjoying Baroque flute performances and educational events.
She served on the board of the Florida Flute Association is a member of the NFA Career and Artistic development Committee and was Chair of the Myrna Brown Society. She has hosted Flute Festivals at Florida State University, including “Different Generations”, “Flute – Health and Healing from the Americas”, “Baroque Day”, “Wood Wind Days” and more.
Amsler’s teachers include Günter Rumpel, Aurèle Nicolet and André Jaunet. Among her former students is Karl-Heinz Schütz, principal flutist at the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.