Eva Jornet begins learning the recorder at the music school of her home town, la Fatarella, at age six. In 1999 she transfers to the music school Mestre Montserrat, in Vilanova i la Geltrú, where she studies with Abel Puig. In 2006, she receives a special mention when graduating from the intermediate level music degree, having been taught by Josep Mª Saperas and Joan Izquierdo.
One year later she enters the Conservatoire National de Région Perpignan Mediterranée, where she begins taking lessons with Fanette Estrade, working toward the Diploma in Early Music. At the same time, she receives lessons from Sara Parés.
She receives and Honors Degree in 2011, in the Conservatorio Superior de Música Manuel Castillo in Seville, after having worked with Vicente Parilla, thus finalizing her studies. During this last period she also begins learning Baroque basson with Luis Castillo, and also receives an ERASMUS scholarship to study with Pedro Couto Soares in the Conservatoire in Lisbon.
On various occasions she has participated in masterclasses with Fernando Paz, Pierre Hamon and Maurice Steger.
Since 2009 she is member of the Nao d'Amores theatre company, which specializes in pre-Baroque theatre, under the direction of Ana Zamora and Alicia Lázaro. With them, she has taken part in the following productions: Auto del Cristo de los Gascones, Auto de los Reyes Magos (coproduction with the Teatre Abadia of Madrid), Dança da morte/Danza de la muerte (coproduction with theTeatre Cornucòpia of Lisbon), Auto de los cuatro tiempos and Auto de la Sibila Casandra, by Gil Vicente, and Comedia llamada Metamorfosea, by J. Romero de Cepeda. In 2012, Nao d'Amores, in cooperation with the Teatro Clásico de Madrid (CNTC), will stage Farsas y églogas, by Lucas Fernández.
She directs and is interpreter early music at the ensemble Opus 5, a group of known young musicians from different countries such as Japan, Cuba, Colombia, Belgium and Catalonia.
She has a Master of Musicology and interpretation of early music, promotion 2013/14 ESMUC (Catalonia College of Music) and UB (University of Barcelona).
During the 2015/16 season he joined as flute soloist in the Symphonic Orchestra of Madrid for the production of the opera "Alcina" by Handel at the Teatro Real in Madrid.
Currently she is attending classes in historical bassoons with Pep Borras at ESMUC (Catalonia College of Music), and esporadics classes with Carles Cristóbal and Eyal Street.