Eva was born on the 15th of April 2004. She is studying with Professor Natalia Trull at the Central Music School by Moscow State Conservatory named after P. Tchaikovsky in Moscow.
Eva is a Discovery Award winner 2019 by the ICMA 2019 (International Classical Music Awards) and performed with Lucerne Symphony orchestra in Switzerland as a winner on May 2019.
“At her young age, Eva Gevorgyan is already a winner of numerous international competitions. Apart from her bright emotional eloquence and impeccable technique, this young musician possesses the important features of a mature master. Among them, in particular, are the ability to freely manage tempi, to reveal all the possible colors and nuances of a modern piano as well as an astonishing sense of style”– ICMA.
Eva has received awards at more than 40 international competitions for piano and composition in USA, Germany, Italy, Spain, Slovenia, Portugal, Estonia, Malta, Kazakhstan, Poland, Czech Republic, Georgia, Russia, and Serbia. Among them are:
– Cliburn Junior International Piano Competition (USA, Texas, 2-nd Prize and a special prize – Press Award)
– Cleveland International Piano Competition for young artists (USA, Cleveland, 1-st prize, special prize for the best interpretation of Bach and Canton Symphony Orchestra Prize)
– Grand Piano International Competition (Russia, Moscow, laureate and 5 special prizes)
– Robert Schumann piano competition (Germany, Düsseldorf, 1-st prize)
– Chopin International Piano Competition for young pianists (Poland, Szafarnia, 1st prize)
– International Piano Competition of Giuliano Pecar in Gorizia (Italy, Grand-Prix)
– St. Cecilia international piano competition (Portugal, 1st prize)
– T. Amirejibi International Piano Competition (Georgia, 1st prize)
Eva performed in Dobbiaco at Alto Adige Festival in front of the President of Italy, Sergio Mattarella and has taken part in a national television show for young talent, advancing to the final as the only pianist.
During the live TV broadcast, Eva asked Russian President Vladimir Putin about possible reforms for the special music education in Russia.
Eva receives a scholarship from the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein and participates regularly in the intensive music weeks and activities offered by the Academy.
She took part in many festivals such as Verbier Festival (Switzerland), Duszniki International Chopin Piano Festival (Poland), Stars on Baikal lake festival by Denis Matsuev (Russia), VP Bank Classic Festival (Switzerland), Eilat Chamber Music Festival (Israel), Perugia Piano Festival (Italy), Chopin Piano Fest (Serbia), Ferrara Piano Festival (Italy), Alto Adige Festival (Italy), ClaviCologne Festival (Germany), Alion Baltic Festival (Estonia), New Names Festival (Armenia), Elena Cobb Star Prize Festival (UK, London) and others.
Eva won the Junior Prize (City Prize) of the Eppan Junior Piano Academy 2017 (Italy).
Eva had a solo recital in Albert Hall (UK) in April 2019.
Eva has performed with Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, State Academic Symphony Orchestra “Evgeny Svetlanov”, Canton Symphony Orchestra, Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra, Malta Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonic orchestra of Bacau, Yaroslavl Academic Governor’s Symphonic Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of Irkutsk Philharmony, Virtuosi Brunensis Orchestra, Chamber orchestra NRW, Astana Symphony Orchestra, and others.
Eva was invited to the International Piano Academy Lake Como, where she participated in masterclasses with Dmitriy Bashkirov, Stanislav Ioudenitch, and Willliam Naboré.
She has also participated in masterclasses with Pavel Gililov, Andrea Bonatta, Grigory Grigory Gruzman, Piotr Paleczny, and Klaus Hellwig.
She performed in the UK, USA, Switzerland, Germany, Israel, Poland, Spain, Russia, Italy, Armenia, Malta, Estonia, Latvia, Lichtenstein.