Eva Gevorgyan

Yamaha Young Artist, Eva Gevorgyan, is a laureate in more than forty piano competitions, including top prizes at the 2018 Cleveland International Piano Competition for Young Artists and the 2019 Van Cliburn Young Artist Competition. More recently she has won the Prix du Bern in Switzerland in 2023, Discovery Award at the 2019 International Classical Music Awards, the Great Prize at the Russia National Orchestra Competition in 2021, in addition to being finalist and winner of the Special Prize at the Chopin International Piano Competition in Warsaw, Poland. She has performed as soloist with the Dallas Symphony, Lucerne Symphony, Warsaw Philharmonic, Mariinsky Orchestra, Russia National Philharmonic, Russian National Orchestra, Evgeny Svetlanov Academic State Symphony, Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Neue Philharmonie Hamburg Orchestra, Leipzig Symphony Orchestra, Liechtenstein Philharmonic, Armenia National Philharmonic Orchestra, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and the Tatarstan Symphony Orchestra. She has also appeared in recital in such Festivals as Verbier, White Nights Festival, and in 2023 debuted at La Roque d’Antheron, obtaining rave reviews. 


 In 23/24 Eva will open the season with a Japan tour, playing in Nagoya, Tokyo, Shizuoka, Mishima, and Urasayu. Highlights include the performance of all the Piano Concertos by Rachmaninoff at the Great Hall of Moscow Conservatory with the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra and Rahmaninoff Piano Concertos No. 2 & 4 at the Festival Internacional Cervantino. 


Orchestra debuts include appearances with the Prague Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Filarmonica de Bologna, Stuttgart Philharmonic, Brandenburgesches Orchestra, Ontario Philharmonic, Academy of Russian Music Orchestra, Ural Philharmonic, and the return to Leipzig Gewandhaus and Laeiszhalle. 


In recital she will appear in Bern, Biel, Potsdam, Brescia, Minsk, Irkutsk, Moscow, Voronezh, as well as at the Palermo Festival, Chopin Festival (São Paulo) and Bach Montreal Festival.

Eva pursues studies at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory’s Central School of Music in Moscow with Natalia Trull and at the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid, under the guidance of Stanislav Ioudenitch. She has also been granted the prestigious scholarship at the 2020 Klavier-Festival Ruhr by Evgeny Kissin. 


Her first CD under the Melodiya, featuring works by Chopin and Scriabin was released in 2022, receiving great acclaim.