Born in Rome, Eva trained at Accademia Nazionale di Danza in Rome and has danced with Royal Ballet Flanders, Maggio Danza, English National Ballet and Aerna di Verona. She has performed works including Jíri Kylìan’s 27,52, Forgotten Land and Symphony of Psalms, William Forsythe’s Artifact, Impressing the Czar and The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, George Balanchine’s Divertimento No 5 (solo), Lucinda Childs’ Chairman Dancers and The Firebird, Michael Corder’s Orpheus, Matteo Moles Insiders, Toru Shimazaki’s Eyes in the Sky, Nocolo Fonte’s Cornered, Giorgio Mancini’s Romeo and Juliet (Juliet), Jacopo Godani’s Simulation, Christian Spuck’s Return of Ulysses, Nacho Duato’s Cor Perdut, Jean Corelli and Jules Perrot’s Giselle and Raymonda (Raymonda), Michel Fokine’s Les Sylphides, Derek Deane’s Swan Lake and Bayadere, and Marcia Haydeé’s Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty.
Eva joined Scottish Ballet in 2011. She has danced in Kenneth MacMillan's Song of the Earth and Ashley Page's Pennies from Heaven, The Sleeping Beauty (Aurora, Fairy of Grace), Meckler/Lopez Ochoa's A Streetcar Named Desire and Martin Lawrance's Run For It.
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MacMillan’s Song of the Earth
.Hampstead and Highgate Express, 10 November 2011 – The young dancers of the company performed each exiguous section with great commitment and intensity, Victor Zarallo most notable as the Messenger of Death, together with soloists Christopher Harrison, Tomomi Sato, Eva Lombardo, Luciana Ravizzi and Daniel Davidson.