Eva Gevorgyan was born in 2004 in Moscow. Currently, she is a student of the Central Music School at the Moscow Conservatory (class of the Honored Artist of Russia, Professor Natalia Trull).
In 2019 she was awarded the International Classical Music Award in the category "Discovery of the Year".
Eva has won a number of significant victories in musical competitions for young pianists, among them:
- 1 prize at the “Jeune Chopin” international Chopin competition (Switzerland, Martigny, 2020)
- 1 prize and an award for the best performance of a work by Bach at the Cleveland International Piano Competition for young pianists (Cleveland, USA, 2018)
- 2nd Prize and the Press Prize at the Van Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition (Dallas, USA, 2019)
- Grand Prix and Special Prize for the best performance of a Chopin work at the Chicago International Music Competition (USA, Chicago, 2020)
- 1 prize at the Chopin Competition for young pianists (Poland, Shafarnia, 2014);
- 1 prize at the R. Schumann International Piano Competition (Dusseldorf, Germany, 2017);
- 1st prize St. Cecilia international piano competition (Portugal, Porto, 2015)
- Laureate of the International Grand Piano Competition and 5 special prizes (Moscow, Russia, 2018)
- Grand Prix at the Giuliano Pekar International Piano Competition (Italy, Gorizia, 2016)
- Grand Prix at the international concert competition Global Music Partnership Concerto Competition (USA / Uzbekistan, Tashkent, 2019)
Has toured in Great Britain, USA, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy, Liechtenstein, Israel, Armenia, Latvia, Estonia, and Malta.
She has participated in international festivals in Verbier (Switzerland), Stars of the White Nights (Russia, St. Petersburg), Duszniki International Chopin Piano Festival (Poland), “Faces of Contemporary Pianism” (St. Petersburg, Mariinsky Theater), “Stars on Baikal” (Russia, Irkutsk), VP Bank Classic Festival (Switzerland), Eilat Chamber Music Festival (Israel), Perugia Music Fest (Italy), Denis Matsuev Festival in Tyumen (Russia), Ferrara Piano Festival (Italy), Denis Matsuev Festival in Perm (Russia), ClaviCologne Piano Festival (Germany), Alion Baltic Festival (Estonia), Chopin Piano Fest (Serbia), Elena Cobb Star Prize Festival (UK), “Piano without Borders” (Russia, Kazan), New Names (Armenia), Fraenkische Musiktage in Alzenau (Germany), ArsLonga Festival (Russia, Moscow) and others.
Scholarship holder of the International Music Academy in Liechtenstein, the New Names Foundation, the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation, the ErazArt Foundation, a participant in the Young Talents Support Program of the Assembly of Armenians.
At the festival in Dobbiaco (Italy) she played in front of Italian President Sergio Mattarella. In April 2019, Eva held a solo concert at London's Albert Hall. In 2020, at the Armenian Piano Music festival, she played in front of the President of Armenia Armen Sarkissian.
Eva is the owner of the main prize of the Eppan Junior Piano Academy (Italy, Eppan).
She has performed with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Mariinsky Theater Symphony Orchestra, the State Orchestra of Russia. E.F. Svetlanova, the Russian National Orchestra, the Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, the Irkutsk State Symphony Orchestra, the Uzbekistan National Symphony Orchestra, the Canton Symphony Orchestra, the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra (artistic director Ivan Rudin), Yaroslavsky the symphony orchestra, the Malta Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, the Bakau Philharmonic Orchestra (Romania), the Yuzhno-Sakhalin Chamber Orchestra, the Moscow Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, the Nizhny Novgorod Academic Symphony Orchestra, the Tyumen Philharmonic Orchestra and other ensembles.
She took part in masterclasses by Pavel Gililov, Grigory Gruzman, Pyotr Palechny, Klaus Helvig and Andrea Bonatta, and also took lessons from Dmitry Bashkirov, Stanislav Yudenich and William Nabore at the International Piano Academy on Lake Como (Italy).
She has worked with such conductors as Valery Gergiev, Alexander Sladkovsky, Vasily Petrenko, Lawrence Foster, Dimitris Botinis, Gerhard Zimmerman, Eduard Topchyan, Ovid Balan, Pyotr Gribanov, Tigran Akhnazaryan, Ilmar Lapinsh, Azim Karimov, Rut Rutherade Anatoly Levin, Alexander Skulsky, Alexander Gindin, Vladimir Dobrovolsky, Dmitry Shchudrov and other conductors.