Prof. Eva Graubin is a disciple of the legendary violinist and pedagogue Yuri Yankelevitch at Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. Continued her studies in London with Szymon Goldberg and Sigmund Niesel (from the "Amadeus Quartet").
Prof. Eva Graubin develops into an active soloist playing concertos with orchestras such as the Paris Radio Orchestra, Belgium Philharmonic Orchestra, Stockholm Sinfonietta, Berlin Philharmonic, etc. and participated in numerous music festivals all over the world like the Festival de Menton (France), the festival of Dubrovnik, Midem in Cannes and the Festival of Music of Newport, USA.
The recordings of Robert Schumann's two sonatas with Romanian pianist Théodore Paraskivesco that she made under the CBS Records "Masterworks" series is acclaimed by international critics.
Eva Graubin was a teacher at the "Cheathams Music School" in Manchester and periodically at the "Yehudi Menuhin School" in Cobham. She also gave master classes at the Yehudi Menuhin Academy in Gstaad (Switzerland) among others. She has been a member of the jury in several international competitions such as Pablo Sarasate International Violin Competition.