Eve Beglarian (born Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S., July 22, 1958) is a contemporary American composer, performer and audio producer of Armenian descent. Her music is often characterized as postminimalist.
Her chamber, choral, and orchestral music has been commissioned and widely performed by The Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Bang on a Can All-Stars, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, The California EAR Unit, The Orchestra of St. Luke's, Relâche, The Paul Dresher Ensemble, Sequitur, and The American Composers Orchestra, among many others. She is the winner of the 2015 Robert Rauschenberg Award 
- Dream Cum Go Down - Eve Beglarian and Juliana Luecking (1995)
- Dancing in Place - Elizabeth Panzer (1999)
- Play Nice - Twisted Tutu (1999)
- Almost Human (Beiser) - Maya Beiser (2007)
- Lesbian American Composers (1998)
- Emergency Music (1998)
- Messiah Remix (2004)
- To Have and to Hold (2007)
- 60x60 (2004-2005) (2007)
- Shattuck, Kathryn (2006-09-03). "An Artistic Trek Across a Surreal Land of Sand and Self-Discovery". The New York Times. Retrieved 5 February 2010.
- Woodard, Josef. "A Bird’s Eye, a Wonderer’s Ear". Liner note essay. New World Records.
- EVE BEGLARIAN WINS 2015 ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG AWARD By Frank J. Oteri on January 7, 2015 New Music Box
- Composer Finds a Muse in the Mississippi (The New York Times)
- EVBVD Music: Eve Beglarian
- Recommended composers: Eve Beglarian by Kyle Gann
- Podcast interview on MikeyPod