About Katya Gervits

Katarina (Katya) Gervits was born in 2007, the fourth generation in a family of musicians and pianists.
Katya is studying piano at the “Stricker” Conservatory, she greatly enjoys playing piano and performing on a stage.

Below is a list of her appearances in competitions in Israel and abroad:

2018 – Playing with the Ashdod Orchestra
2018 – AICF Scholarship Competition – Awarded
2018 – “Fiestalonia” Competition – first place in four hand
2018 – “Fiestalonia” Competition – third place in the solo category
2018 – Scherzo Competition – second place in four hands
2018 – Scherzo Competition – Third place
2017 – “Piano Forever” Competition – 3rd place
2017 – Scherzo Competition – 2nd place
2016 – International Chopin Piano Competition, Narva, Estonia – Special Prize for the youngest participant
2015 – “Piano Forever” Competition – 2nd place
2014 – “Golden Keys” Competition – 1st place
2014 – “Piano Forever” Competition – 2nd place
2014 – International Piano Competition in Belarus – 2nd place
2013 “Golden Keys” Competition – 1st place
2013 – “Piano Forever” Competition – Encouragement Prize
2012 – “Piano Forever” Compétition – Encouragement Prize

Katya has performed with the Ashdod Orchestra, playing a concerto for piano four hands with her sister.

Katya participates in Israeli and International Masterclasses.

Katya is playing in a piano four-hands duet.

Katya Gervits

Piano, Classical

Tel Aviv, Israel
Grant Recipient

Featured News