already started to take theremin lessons from Lydia Kavina at the age of 7. Up to now she can look back on a remarkable international concerting career. She has been invited by well-known orchestras and chamber musicians and is a frequent guest at festivals and shows. National and international Medias report about her work.
With "The Art of Playing the Theremin" Carolina Eyck defines for the first time a systematic method of playing the theremin, the only instrument that is being played without actually being touched.
For this she refers to the playing technique of her longstanding teacher Lydia Kavina. At the same time she feels related to the credo of Clara Rockmore, that is not to purely use the theremin in order to create sound effects, but to rather interpret the music with a high artistic claim.
During his study of the theremin, the student will be constantly guided, more than 150 practical exercises and etudes strengthen the learned material. Over 20 well-known as well as new pieces of different skill-levels are included within
the book. They will accompany the thereminist up to the stage.
An additional book of music, also published by the SERVI Verlag, contains the already mentioned exercises with piano accompaniment.www.CarolinaEyck.com