Eugenia Boix was born in Monzón, Spain, where she nished her intermediate music studies. She obtained the extraordinary prize upon graduating in the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Salamanca. She went on to a postgraduate singing course in the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya and a Master of Music Degree in Lied in the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles. In 2007 she won the 1st prize in the “Montserrat Caballé – Bernabé Martí” scholarship. In June 2012 she was semi nalist in the prestigious Operalia contest, organized by Plácido Domingo, which was held in Beijing. In 2009 and 2010 she won the “Angel Vegas” scholarship, awarded by HM Queen Sofía. She has sung with directors such as Federico Maria Sardelli, Carlos Mena, Mónica Huggett, Juan Carlos Rivera, Albert Recasens, Luis Antonio González, Eduardo López Banzo, Aisslinn Nosky, Alejandro Posada, Miquel Ortega, Gennadi Rozhdestvensky, Jaime Martín, Paul Goodwin, Lionel Bringuier, Guillermo García Calvo, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Kazushi Ono and Sir Neville Marriner. She has played the roles of Belinda in Dido & Aeneas and e Fairy Queen in the Teatro de la Maestranza and La Coruña Mozart Festival, with the Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla; Corrina in Il Viaggio a Reims in the Teatro Real de Madrid; Frasquita in Carmen with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León; Pamina in Die Zauber öte, and Woglinde in Das Rheingold in the Opera de Oviedo. She has also sung in numerous oratorios and recitals with piano, plucked strings, orchestra and early music ensembles in France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Russia, Poland and America. She has recorded pieces for Radio Nacional de España, Radio Clásica, Catalunya Música, the Portuguese and Austrian classical music stations, the BBC and Medici.tv. Her recordings include Tomas Luis de Victoria’s Responsorios de Tinieblas, with Música Ficta and Raúl Mallavibarrena; Labordeta Clásico with La Orquesta del Maestrazgo, Javier Ares and Miguel Ortega; José de Nebra’s Amor aumenta el valor, with Los Músicos de Su Alteza and Luis Antonio González; Canto del Alma, works by Cristóbal Galán; F. Valls’ Misa Scala Aretina, and Juan Hidalgo’s Música para el Rey Planeta, with La Grande Chapelle and Albert Recasens and Crudo Amor, Agostino Ste ani’s duos for soprano and countertenor (Carlos Mena) with Forma Antiqva conducted by Aarón Zapico.