Art SpacePythagorion

Sunday, August 8

Solo Piano 
Music of Chopin

17-year-old Russian-Armenian pianist Eva Gevorgyan is the youngest artist of the Festival. Brilliant performer and winner of many international competitions, she conveys the music to the audience in all parts of the world in its full depth and beauty.

Works by 
Frederic Chopin 

Nocturne Opus 27, No. 1
Ballade No. 3, Opus 47
Polonaise Opus 44
Four Mazurkas Opus 11
Scherzo No. 4, Opus 54
Sonata No. 2, Opus 35



Eva Gevorgyan
 piano


©EvaGevorgyan

Eva Gevorgyan was born in 2004, she studies with Professor Natalia Trull in Moscow. Eva is a prizewinner of more than 40 international piano competitions, among them are: Cliburn Junior Piano Competition (USA), Cleveland International Piano Competition (USA), Schumann International Piano Competition (Germany), Chopin International Piano Competition for Young artists (Poland), Grand Piano Competition (Russia). Eva is a Discovery Award winner at the ICMA 2019 (International Classical Music Awards). She takes part in many festivals such as Verbier Festival (Switzerland), Duszniki Chopin Piano Festival (Poland), Eilat Chamber Music Festival (Israel), VP Bank Classic Festival (Switzerland), Fraenkische Musiktage Alzenau Festival (Germany), Stars on Baikal lake festival by Denis Matsuev (Russia) and others. Eva performed in front of President of Italy Sergio Mattarella at Alto Adige festival. Eva had a solo recital in Albert Hall (UK) in 2019. She receives a scholarship from International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein.