“a huge temperament, dazzling technique and a heart to match” – “there are two qualities in particular which mark her playing – dynamism and spontaneity, with a pure pianistic heritage from her father”
“There are two qualities in particular which mark her playing – dynamism and spontaneity, with a pure pianistic heritage from her father”
Described by the French press as a pianist with “a huge temperament, dazzling technique and a heart to match”, Evelyne Berezovsky is one of the most sought-after young musicians of today. She has performed concertos with the Tokyo Mozart Players under Xavier Roth, Musica Viva under Alexander Rudin, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra under Andris Poga, Thailand Symphony Orchestra and North Czech Philharmonic under Gudni Emilsson, Hulencourt Soloists Chamber Orchestra under Giuseppe Montesano and Ben Ellin and the Enschede Symphony Orchestra under Jaap wan Zweden amongst others.
Presenting a unique pianistic style, she has been invited to perform at major venues such as the Wigmore Hall and Southbank Centre (London), Moscow Philharmonic Hall, Elbphilharmonie (Hamburg) and festivals like La Roque D’antheron (France), Les folles journées du Japon (Japan), Fêtes d’Olympia (France), Lorin Maazel’s Festival (UK) as well as being a regular guest at Pianos Folies de Touquet (France).
Born in Moscow in 1991 Evelyne started playing the piano at the age of 5 and appeared with an orchestra for the first time at the age of 11 playing Mozart’s Concerto K415. She has studied with the renowned professors Hamish Milne (London), Elisso Virssaladze (Italy), Rena Shereshevskaya (Paris) and recently has been working with Maria João Pires in Portugal. Evelyne is a Grand Prix winner at the Goergy Cziffra International Competition (2019) in Paris, France.