Eva Gevorgyan

13/6/2023 / postponed 11.6.2024 Dvořák’s Hall Rudolfinum

Eva Gevorgyan


  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 27 in B-flat major, K. 595
  • Joseph Haydn Symphony No. 94 in G major
  • Ludwig van Beethoven Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 1 in C major

  • Eva Gevorgyan, piano, Russia
  • Leoš Čepický, concertmaster

Eva Gevorgyan

Critics rave at her “emotional eloquence and impeccable technique” combined with all “the important features of a mature master” (ICMA): 17-year-old Russian-Armenian pianist Eva Gevorgyan has quickly established herself as one of the most promising talents in the pianistic world.
Eva Gevorgyan has performed with many respected orchestras around the globe and participated in numerous music festivals. Eva has appeared with such conductors as  Vladimir Spivakov, Vasily Petrenko, and a great number of others.
At the XVIII International Chopin Competition in Warsaw Eva Gevorgyan was the youngest finalist. Eva was also an ICMA Discovery Award winner in 2019. In total, she has received awards at more than forty international competitions for piano and composition in the United States, Europe, and Russia.
Eva is a Young Yamaha Artist as well as a scholarship holder from the International Academy of Music in Liechtenstein, Denis Matsuev’s New Names Foundation, YerazArt Foundation, Vladimir Spivakov’s International Foundation Artis Futura, and the Armenian Assembly.
Eva Gevorgyan was born in April 2004. She is studying with Professor Natalia Trull at the Central Music School in Moscow.

Leoš Čepický

He graduated at the Conservatorium in Pardubice and at the Academy of Music Arts in Prague. He won many international competitions, e.g. in Zagreb (Croatia) and in Gorizia (Italy). He frequently gives solo recitals as well as concerts with orchestras, both in the Czech Republic and also abroad. To celebrate the 250th anniversary of J. S. Bach’s death in 2000 he performed a series of concerts of all Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas for violin solo at the Smetana’s Festival in Litomyšl. In 2002 he made a Multisonic solo CD recording of Bach’s Sonatas and Partitas. Since 2007 he works as a professor of violin at the Academy of Music Arts in Prague and in September 2010 he was appointed as a head of a string department of the Academy of Music in Prague. During his studies at AMU he became the first violinist of the Wihan Quartet and he still remains a member of this quartet. As a member of the Wihan Quartet he won the Prague Spring Award in 1988 and also the International Competition of the String Quartets in London in 1991. In 2008 – 2009 the Wihan Quartet performed all 16 Quartets of Ludwig van Beethoven. Leoš Čepický plays a violin from the workshop of violin master Jan B. Špidlen, copy of Guarneri del Gesù from 1741.