Eva Hulda

Eva Hulda

Meditative melodies, vocals and percussion.

Using a loop pedal, Eva Hulda builds up meditative melodies with vocals and percussion, inspired by folk songs, gospel and stripped down harmonies. The lyrics are a guide, and tones, harmonies and rhythms invite the participants for a moment to contemplate life and their part in it.

It is possible to adapt the music meditation completely based on the participants and their needs. Everything from playing a song as an opening of a conference, to an hour of unique meditation.

Eva Hulda is a Gothenburg-based freelance artist. Among her tasks can e.g. mentioned vocals and percussion on Håkan Hellström's second album "That's how I say it", and percussion during the opening number at Melodifestivalen 2022.