Eline Bergmann was born in Groningen, The Netherlands, and started to play the piano at the age of 6. As a teenager, she was admitted to the preparatory class where she studied with Alexander Makarov and Gerben Makkes van der Deijl.
She participated frequently in national competitions like the Prinses Christina Concours where she won the first prize in 1994. Bergmann was also a prize winner at the International Piano Competition of San Bartolomeo (Italy).
Bergmann graduated at the North Netherlands Conservatory in 2001 under the guidance of Hungarian concert pianist Klára Würtz. She continued her studies at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest with Balázs Szokolay.
In 2004 she obtained a scholarship in Perugia, from the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to refine her playing under the guidance of Maestro Luigi Tanganelli (solo repertoire) and Maestro Costantino Mastropremiano (Chamber Music).
At the Conservatory of Perugia, Bergmann met Swedish cellist Tove Törngren with whom she formed a duo, they have played numerous concerts since in Sweden, Norway, England, Italy and the Netherlands. Eline also works with Dutch soprano Else-Linde Buitenhuis performing famous Lieder and Italian arias.