Éva Bodrogi received her Diploma in Music Performance at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London in 1999. Her teachers were Susan McCulloch, Emma Kirkby and Nancy Argenta. Her present teacher is Katalin Schultz.Her repertoire ranges from Baroque to contemporary music.
She has performed in many prestigious venues, including St. John's Smiths Square, the Barbican Hall and the Purcell Room in London, Pierre Montfort de L'Amoury in France, the Concert Hall of the Zuiderpershuis in Antwerp, the Aix-en-Provance Festival, the Melk Abbey, and the Modern Theatre Festival in the Czech Republic.
Since 1999, she has been a member of the Palladium Chamber Opera Company, having sung Monteverdi's Euridice, Charpentier's Acteon, Handel's Alcina, Rossini's Berenice, Haydn's Clarice and Bellini's Julia.
She has appeared as a soloist in productions by William Christie, Christian Curnyn, David Roblou, Catherine Mackintosh, Musica Antiqua Austria and the Collegium Marianum.
In 2000, she won second prize in The German Song Contest in London.
Since 2003, she has regularly performed at the Bath Contemporary Music Festival as the solo singer of La Dance Company.
As a regular guest soloist of Ensemble Philippe and the Erdody Chamber Orchestra, she has sung the Hungarian premiere of many works.
She appears as a soloist on a number of CDs released by Naxos and Hungaroton. The CD containing works by Hummel was awarded the Choc by Le Monde de la Musique in 2000.
She is a founding member of the early music chamber orchestra Capella Esterházy.
She has been giving master classes at the Early Music Summer Course in Tokaj with her colleague, Noémi Kiss for four years.
Since 2006 she is performing together with Katalin Koltai, guitarist playing a wide repertoire from Renaissance to contemporary music. Their premiered several pieces together and commissioned new works.