Eva Wymola, a native of Prague, studied at the Janácek Academy in Brno and at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She studied Bel Canto with Gaetano Bardini and Scipio Colombo, and an extensive German and Franch vocal repertoire with Colette Lorand. Her first professional engagement was at the Brno State Theatre where she sang in opera, operetta and musicals.
She has toured in Poland and Canada, and has appeared in concerts and recitals all over Europe, including Geneva, Lucerne, Rome, London, Salzburg, Stuttgart, New York and Munich. Her stage appearances have included the standard operatic repertoire as well as twentieth century roles, such as Sally Bowles in the musical, "Cabaret" (Karlin Theatre, Prague), and a performance of the monodrama, "The Human Voice" by Poulenc and Cocteau (Juni-Festwochen, Zurich).
She teached at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich and gives classes in the interpretation of classical and contemporary music in both Germany and Switzerland. Her teaching languages are German and Italian.