Eva-Maria Hamberger studied piano at the Vorarlberger Landeskonservatorium / Mozarteum Salzburg, graduating with honours in 2013. The following year (2014), she graduated from Johannes Hämmerle's harpsichord class, likewise with honours. She studied piano with Benjamin Engeli (2013-2015) and harpsichord with Jörg-Andreas Bötticher in the performance master's programme at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (2014-2016). In 2018 she finished her studies with Jörg-Andreas Bötticher (harpsichord) and Edoardo Torbianelli (fortepiano) in the master’s programme “historical keyboard instruments”, graduating with honours.
She gained valuable suggestions in masterclasses with Jean-Marc Aymes, Anne-Marie Dragosits, Jeremy Joseph, Ton Koopman, Andreas Staier and Aline Zylberaich. Eva-Maria Hamberger is a prize-winner and finalist in various competitions, including the "göttingen händel competition 2017" and the "International van Wassenaer Competition" 2021. She received scholarships from the Maja-Sacher Stiftung Basel, as well as from the Musik-Akademie Basel.
Both as a soloist and ensemble player she has been a guest at prestigious festivals such as the Festwochen Gmunden, the Altensteiger Sommermusik Nagold, the Propstei St. Gerold, the RadioKulturhaus Wien, at the Barockfest "Winter in Schwetzingen", the Klassikfestival Schloss Kirchstetten, musik in der pforte (Feldkirch), the festival "Mars en baroque" in Marseille, the festival “Clásicos en Verano” in Madrid, the Palazzo Zenobio in Venice…
Her special interest lies in the field of chamber music as well as in musicology. She is founding member of various ensembles, including the Ensemble ConCorda, Ensemble doubleCadence, sol&luna and the Ensemble MaisonBleue.
Since 2014 she is the artistic director of forum alte musik : sankt gerold, organising and hosting the annual “International Masterclasses for Chamber music” as well as an annual concert series with chamber music concerts in Vorarlberg (Austria). Together with her brother Lukas Michael she is the artistic director of the young orchestra concerto arcus caelestis, conducting its debut concert in 2019.