Running time:
2 parts by 45 minutes
13 December 2022 Tuesday 19.00 Grand hall
19.00 Grand hall

Virtuosi Moskvy
Conductor Vladimir Spivakov
Eva Gevorgian, piano

Eva Gevorgyan was born in Moscow in 2004. She is a grant recipient of the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein, the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation and the New Names foundation. Prize-winner at the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition for Children and Youth (Szafarnia, Poland, 2014; 1st prize), the Santa Cecilia International Competition (Porto, Portugal, 2015; 1st prize), the International Giuliano Pecar Piano Competition (Gorizia, Italy, 2016; Grand Prix), the International Competition for Young Pianists Astana Piano Passion (2017; 2nd prize and Audience Award), the International Robert Schumann Piano Competition (Düsseldorf, 2017; 1st prize), the International Competition for Young Pianists Grand Piano Competition (Moscow, 2018; five special prizes), the Cleveland International Piano Competition for Young Artists (2018; 1st prize and prize for the best performance of a work by Bach), the Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition (Dallas, 2019; 2nd prize and Press Award), the Chicago International Music Competition (2020; Grand Prix and prize for the best performance of a work by Chopin) and the International Piano Competition Jeune Chopin for Children and Youth (Martigny, Switzerland; 1st prize) among other contests. Took the Prize for the Youngest Female Finalist at the International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition (Warsaw, 2021).  In 2020 Evgeny Kissin has selected Eva as a grant recipient of the Klavier-Festival Ruhr. Participant in programmes of the St Petersburg Music House since 2020. In 2021 she received the title of “Young Yamaha Artist”.

Vladimir Spivakov had gathered best Moscow musicians to form a chamber orchestra that became “Virtuosi Moskvy” (“The Moscow Virtuosi”). “It was a constellation of gifted people, and their aura was unique”, the maestro recalls. Nowadays, the musicians don’t know any uncharted territories of the world cultural space. Actually, it’s the only Russian orchestra to release its albums via two prominent record labels, BMG Classics and RCA Red Seal, with either classic or contemporary repertoire. Vladimir Spivakov, an outstanding violinist and conductor, has brightly realized his multi-faceted talent in the music art and in various fields of social life. As violinist, Vladimir Spivakov had passed the brilliant school of Yuri Yankelevich, a famous professor of the Moscow Conservatory. Not less was the impact of his second teacher and idol – David Oistrakh, one of the greatest violinists of the 20th century.