The soprano Harma Everts received her Master of Music in Solo Singing at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, with the specialization Contemporary Chamber Music. She is a member of the trio ÆroDynamic, consisting of two recorder players (Stephanie Brandt and María Martínez Ayerza) and one singer. This ensemble performs both contemporary and medieval/renaissance music. In her performances, Harma regularly uses theatrical elements like video, movement, and dance.
Harma has taught singing and solfeggio at the Academy of Vocal Arts and in her private practice since 1999, and she has conducted the choirs Boerhaave Vrouwenkoor and chamber choir De Buren. In 2014, she started a new ensemble, Sense, in which she collaborates with lute and theorbo player Elly van Munster.