The Cavatina Duo has captivated audiences with their electrifying performances in such major venues and festivals as Ravinia (Chicago), Da Camera Society (Los Angeles), Aix-en-Provence Summer Festival (France), Symphony Center Chicago, the National Concert Hall of Taipei (Taiwan), National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, China, National Flute convention Gala Concert, USA, among many others.
Radio and television stations in Europe and North America (WFMT, NPR) have broadcast the duo’s performances. They have been the subjects of interviews in the international magazines such as Chamber Music America, TodoFlauta (Spain), FluteTalk(USA), Classical Guitar (UK), Guitarra Magazine (web), Soundboard(USA) and Flute, the BFS flute journal, (UK). They are the first guitar and flute duo to be featured on both the cover of Classical Guitar Magazine (UK) and the cover of FluteTalk (USA)
Composers from around the world have been inspired to write and arrange new works for the duo. They received the Encore Prize in 2003.
In February 2010 Cavatina duo premiered the Concerto for Flute Guitar and Orchestra dedicated to them by US born composer Alan Thomas with Camerata Serbica in Belgrade. Since then they have performed with orchestras in Europe, USA and Mexico; Chicago Sinfonietta, Traverse Symphony, Sarajevo Philharmonic and the Monterrey Orchestra.
The Cavatina Duo has recorded five Cd’s for Spanish and North American labels; Opera Tres, Cedille, Bridge and Orobroy Records.
Eugenia Moliner has been acclaimed as a “brilliant young musician” by the British Flute Society magazine. She has performed with the principal and co-principal musicians of the Chicago Symphony and Rotterdam Philharmonic orchestras, and has been featured on radio and television programs in Europe, Asia and the USA. Her discography includes six CD’s.
Prizewinner in twenty-four international competitions, Denis Azabagic has been described as a “virtuoso with flawless technique” by Soundboard Magazine. He has appeared as soloist with orchestras such as the Chicago and Madrid Symphonies, among many others. His discography includes nine CDs, two DVDs and a manual.
Mrs. Moliner and Mr. Azabagic are Artists-faculty at the CCPA of Roosevelt University in Chicago.