Éadaoin Copeland is an Irish pianist based in Amsterdam. Passionate about chamber music, Éadaoin performs with various instrumentalists and singers and has given recitals in London, Paris, Madrid, Prague, New York and across Ireland and the Netherlands, aswell as live performances on British and Dutch national radio. Éadaoin recently toured Japan with trumpeter Omar Tomasoni and saxophonist Femke IJlstra. She also regularly performs with French horn players José Sogorb and Hannah Miller.
Éadaoin holds a position as a collaborative pianist in both the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. Éadaoin graduated with a Master Degree specialised in Instrumental Répétiteurship from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in 2019 under the tutelage of Frank van de Laar. Previous to this Éadaoin was a student in the Royal Irish Academy of Music where she studied with Patricia Kavanagh, Ray Keary and Dearbhla Brosnan. She also earned an honours Degree in Neuroscience from Trinity College Dublin.