Eva Novotná Rodríguez graduated from the Faculty of Education in Hradec Králové and in 1991 she finished her studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. There she studied under professors Jana Jonášová and Luděk Löbl. Later she improved her interpretation with professors N. Kniplová, M. Beňačková, D. Ferro, M. Eliassen, M. Hajossy, L. Provedo and P. Lavirgena. During her studies, she won a number of singing competitions (including 1st place at the Singing Competition of the Czechoslovak Universities and honorable mention at the Dvořák Song Contest in Karlovy Vary). In 1989 she received a scholarship at the Academia Chigiana in Sienna, Italy, which ended with honorable mention. During her studies she was awarded by a scholarship to the ČHF and worked as an assistant to conductor Jiří Chvála at Kühn’s Children’s Choir. During her studies, she performed at the Disk Theater. She collaborated with Cantores Pragenses (under the baton of conductor Josef Hercl she sang spiritual repertoire in Bohemia and abroad – Mozart, Brixi, Schubert, Arthopheus, Ryba), Suk Chamber Orchestra (Bach: Jane’s Passion), Dvořák Chamber Orchestra, Virtuosi di Praga (Vaňhal: Stabat Mater), Hradec Symphony Orchestra (Mahler IV. Symphony), Bohemia Orchestra (Mozart: La Betulia liberata, Great Mass in C minor), Hába´s Quartet, pianist Jaroslav Šaroun, Karlin Theater, Opera Mozart. Since the year1993, she has been living in Spain and is dedicated to concerts (recitals consisted of works by Czech and world authors) and singing-pedagogical activities. In Spain she performed for Foundation of José Carreras against leukemia at the Alicante Theater. She also interpretates contemporary vocal music (the premiere of “Nocturna” by Luise de los Cobos) with the chamber instrumental ensemble “Círculo”, specialized in the interpretation of contemporary music led by José Luis Temes; she sang on Days of Music of XXth century in Segovia, at the Contemporary Music Festival in Salamanca. She sang the premiere of Flores Chavian’s “Orumba ma ibo oro” in the Madrid Auditorium. The composer Sebastián Mariné devoted to her his song cycle “Cuaderno del jardín” accompanied by the orchestra. She has also made recordings for Spanish radio (works by Jorge de Ortúzara, Luise de los Cobos). Every year she actively participates as a professor and interpreter at the International Chamberart Festival (Rosetti Requiem, Brixi Mass D dur, Dvořák Te Deum). Under the baton of conductor Jiří Havlík, she sang Dvořák’s Stabat Mater in Dresden. In 2002 she recorded on the CD “Canciones infantiles” of composer García Laborda and in the same year the G major of Franz Schubert. She acted as a professor at the Francisco de Vitoria University in Madrid. Now she is a professor of singing at the Centro Superior de Música Katarina Gurska a Intermezzo in Madrid. She also works as a professor of singing for preparation of musicals. She sang in France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Slovakia, Cuba, Spain, Russia etc. In 2018 she was named Honorary Scientific Advisor of the UNESCO Department in Madrid.