Eve Beroux teaches at the Academy of Uccle and is also involved with the Opera Mobile troupe as well as in musical shows. "Il faut être absolument moderne" and "Amadeo" (Brussels, Avignon).
In parallel, she is known as an accompanist at the Royal Conservatory, but also at the Queen Elisabeth Chapel.
Born in 1982 in Avignon, Eve began playing the piano in France with Pierre and Marie Claire Baubet Gony, then continued her studies at the 'Conservatoire National de Région de Boulogne Billancourt', before the 'Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles' where she obtained in 2005 the Higher Diploma with Distinction, in the classes of Patricia Montero and Michael Faerman. She perfected her skills during Masterclasses with Lazar Berman, Stéphane Blet, Pierre Baubet Gony.
Brilliant with pen as on keyboard, and not conceiving the practice of the instrument without the study of the related musical language, she also holds a degree in musicology with honors at the Sorbonne (2008).
She is currently an accompanist at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels ; she also accompanies at the Queen Elisabeth Chapel, as well as many choirs, Bachwerk, chœur des Minimes, Serenata Vocale, Sing for the Moment, chœur de la Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles, or withe the BPO orchestra. She is on the bill of the concerts of these different ensembles, but also at the Folle Journée de Nantes, at Much Festival and elsewhere.