GeNIA Music


GéNIA comes from a distinguished line of Russian pianists and was taught by her great-grandmother, the renowned pianist and pedagogue Regina Horowitz (sister of pianist Vladimir Horowitz)and later by pianist Sergei Yushkevitch at the Kharkov Institute of Arts, Ukraine. She went on to study in London, with Professor Joan Havill at the Guildhall School of Music and with Professor Douglas Finch at the Trinity College of Music (Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance). Her first performance was at the age of 5 on the Ukrainian Local TV Station.
During her studies she was awarded Concert Recital Diploma from the Guildhall School of Music (Premier Prix GSMD) and became a recipient of the Silver Medal from the Worshipful Company of Musicians, the Founders Prize for Excellence, the Dame Myra Hess Award and the Craxton Trust Award to name a few. Since then she travelled extensively worldwide with classical concerts. Her repertoire is vast and includes works by

Johann Sebastian Bach
Jean-François Rameau
Domenico Scarlatti
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Ludwig van Beethoven
Franz Schubert
Frederic Chopin
Felix Mendelssohn
Franz Liszt
Claude Debussy
Eric Satie
Piotr Illitch Tchaikovsky
Sergei Rachmaninov
Alexander Scriabin
Sergei Prokofiev
Rodion Shchedrin

Following GéNIA's successful program series on BBC Radio London, GéNIA loves hosting events often performs at charitable functions and corporate functions. Her recent performances took place at The Hurlingham Club in London, where she hosted Russian Dinner and a Concert, playing a special programme for every course, and at Theatre de la Photographie et de L'Image Nice, Cote d'Azur, performing a concert for UNICEF, funds from which allowed to to school 560 girls for one year in Guinéa, Mozambique, Togo, Malaisie and Madagascar.

If you would like to invite GéNIA to host and play at one of your functions or organise a special event, please contact GéNIA's management at

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