Mezzo-soprano Eva Hinterreithner was born in Salzburg and received her first musical training as child, learning to play the recorder and the piano.

A key moment in her musical upbringing was a school-production, singing the role of Bastienne in Mozart's opera Bastien und Bastienne.

Eva Hinterreithner completed her studies at the Mozarteum Salzburg and at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien), graduating in Vocal Performance. Her instructors include professors Claudia Visca, Walter Moore, and Uwe Theimer, among others. Additionally, she has received degrees in Music and Vocal Pedagogy as well as Geography.

As part of a competition prize in Switzerland, Eva Hinterreithner made her operatic debut as 2nd Lady in Mozart's The Magic Flute at the Schlossoper Haldenstein in Chur in 2003.

Subsequently, she was invited to perform at the Steyr Music Festival, the Vienna Volksoper, the Vienna Operetta Summer, as well as the Neue Oper Wien where she sang roles such as Hansel in Hänsel und Gretel by Humperdinck, 3rd Lady in The Magic Flute by Mozart, Angelina in La Cenerentola by Rossini, 2nd Naturalhistorian in Scherz, Satire, Ironie und tiefere Bedeutung (Jest, Satire, Ironie, and deeper Significance) by Glanert.

Her convincing portrayal of the comical, yet dramatic monologue of
Donnithorne (Miss Donnithorne's Maggot by Peter Maxwell Davis) exhibits Eva Hinterreithner as a multi-faceted and compelling singer-actress, who knows how to move an audience.

Eva Hinterreithner demonstrates her passion for artistic interpretation on the concert stage as well. She expresses her love for the bond of poetry and melody by giving lieder-recitals, which have always accompanied her musical activities. In concert appearances in Austria and abroad, she cultivates concert repertoire ranging from baroque to the modern era.

For many years, the timeless songs and hits of the 20's and 30's have been an enriching experience in Eva Hinterreithner 's creative work. She brings these Schlager to life in her collaborative efforts with the Ballaststofforchester .