Dr Eve Klein is a senior lecturer in music technology and popular music, an operatic mezzo soprano and a composer. Prior to joining the University of Queensland, Eve was the Convenor of Music at the University of New England. She is also an Ableton Live Certified Trainer.

Eve's research is concentrated on music technology, recording cultures and contemporary music. Her current research explores classical music recording practices, environmental sound recording, popular-classical music hybridity, and technology-enabled performance. Previous research has explored contemporary opera composition, femininity and vocality in Australian country music, DIY CD production in Australian music subcultures, and the role of music-making in the Maltese-Australian community. Eve is currently a peer reviewer for IASPM Australia/New Zealand, Musicology Australia, and the Australia Council for the Arts.

Eve's composition and performance work draws together traditional and experimental classical music, interactive performance art, and glitchy electronica. Eve's music has featured at Australian and international festivals including VIVID Sydney, Brisbane Festival, Underbelly Arts, Turra New Music Festival, Undisclosed Territories (Indonesia), Melaka Art and Performance Festival (Malaysia), and the International Festival of Artistic Innovation (England). Eve's recordings have been released on Wood and Wire, New Weird Australia, and Feral Media. She was a principal artist with Opera Australia and Pacific Opera. Additionally, Eve has worked as a media and record producer for over a decade with a specialisation in classical music recording and sound design for film and interactive media.

Eve has received numerous grants and awards for her performance and composition work including a 2014 Australia Council for the Arts Music Section New Work Grant to compose a multichannel work for the Australian Recorder Project. Eve's electronic opera The Pomegranate Cycle was a finalist for Vocal Work of the Year in the 2014 Art Music Awards presented by APRA and the Australian Music Centre. The album version of The Pomegranate Cycle has been downloaded over fifty thousand times since its release in 2013.

Featured projects Duration
Translational Research in Creative Practice
Research Grant
Technology Enabled Creative Music Making
Teaching and Learning Grant
Creative Collaboratorium
Research Grant