Swiss pianist Evi Jundt, acclaimed for her lyrical and poetic sensibility, is an active soloist and chamber musician with particular interest in New and Early Music. She has premiered works by Arvo Part, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Ryan Chase, Samuel Vriezen and Tomer Adaddi. In 2007 Evi founded the New Music ensemble Lunatics at Large in New York City and currently serves as its artistic director and pianist. Festival appearances include: International Festival of Contemporary Performance, New York (2007/2009); Keys to the Future: Spotlight on 4-Hand piano, New York; Amherst Early Music Festival, Connecticut. She holds a BA in Music from the Conservatoire de Musique of Neuchatel, Switzerland, M.M. and PSD from Mannes College of Music. Evi is a recipient of numerous scholarships and grants, among them the Josef Fidelman Award for her involvement with New Music during her 4 years of graduate studies at Mannes College. After having taught the piano in private for several years, she founded the Rubato Music School, which includes 5 other enthusiastic piano teachers.