RUS - 2012
At 5, Evelyne Berezovsky started studying the piano, and two years later she entered the Purcell School of Music near London with Ilana Davids.
She continued studying with Hamish Milne at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and with Elisso Virssaladze at the Moscow Conservatory.
Evelyne appeared publicly for the first time at the age of 7 at St. Luke's Church in London. Since then, she gave recitals in many venues in London (Wigmore Hall, Steinway Hall, Regent Hall, South Bank Centre, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Leighton House and Chopin Society), in the great hall of the Moscow Conservatory and in various halls in Germany, the Netherlands, France, Norway and Japan. She also performed for a recital at the prestigious Festival international de piano de la Roque d'Anthéron.
Evelyne first played with an orchestra at the age of 11, interpreting Mozart's piano Concerto K415. She later appeared with the I Maestri Orchestra conducted by J. Luna, and with the London Musical Arts Orchestra conducted by John Landon. She collaborated with her father Boris Berezovsky in Mozart's Double Concerto K365, with the Dutch Symphonic Orchestra in Enschede conducted by Jaap van Zweden, and at the Mozart Festival in Tokyo with the Tokyo Mozart Players conducted by François-Xavier Roth.
She also gave Mozart's Double and Triple Concertos in the great hall of the Moscow Conservatory with her father, Ekaterina Derzhavina and the Musica Viva Chamber Orchestra conducted by Alexander Roudine. She also interpreted Beethoven's piano Concerto N°2 with the London Musical Arts Orchestra. Lately, she gave Rachmaninov's 1st Concerto with the Hulencourt Soloists Chamber Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Ellin at the Cercle Royal Gaulois of Brussels in 2013.