Eva Gevorgyan was born in Moscow in 2004. She is currently a student at the Central School of Music of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory, class of Natalia Trull. Also studies under Stanislav Ioudenitch, William Grant Naboré and Dmitri Bashkirov at master-classes at the International Piano Academy Lake Como.
Grant-recipient of the International Academy of Music in Lichtenstein and the New Names foundation. Prize-winner at the Cleveland International Piano Competition for Young Artists (1st prize and prize for the best performance of a work by Bach), the Van Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition in Dallas (2nd prize and Press Award), the International Robert Schumann Piano Competition in Düsseldorf (1st prize), the Concurso Internacional Santa Cecília in Porto (Portugal, 1st prize), the International Grand Piano Competition in Moscow (five special prizes) and the International Giuliano Pecar Piano Competition in Gorizia (Italy, Grand Prix).
Has taken part in the Verbier Music Festival, the International Chopin Festival in Duszniki-Zdrój (Poland), the Eilat Chamber Music Festival, the Music Fest Perugia and the festivals Stars on Baikal (Irkutsk), ClaviCologne (Cologne) and Piano without Borders (Kazan) to name but a few.
Has collaborated with such ensembles as the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Yevgeny Svetlanov State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Armenia, the Luzerner Sinfonieorchester, the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bacău Philharmonic Orchestra (Romania).
Has worked with conductors including Alexander Sladkovsky, Vasily Petrenko, Lawrence Foster, Dimitris Botinis, Gerhardt Zimmermann, Eduard Topchjan, Pyotr Gribanov and Ilmar Lapinsch.
In 2019 she received an ICMA (International Classical Music Award) in the category “Discovery of the Year”, was a prize-winner at the All-Russian Competition Young Talents of Russia and also gave a recital at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Information for November 2019