Biography of Ketevan Roinishvili
The Amsterdam based Ketevan Roinishvili comes from a musical Family in Tbilisi (Georgia). Ketevan studied at the Music Gymnasium with Professor Mikheil Khoshtaria until 2005 and was accepted at the Conservatory of Tbilisi. Here she studied until August 2008 with Professor Tamara Gabrashvili. In 2012 she finished her Bachelor Cum Laude with Professor Dmitri Ferschtman at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. In 2012 Ketevan studied at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien with Professor Reinhard Latzko. In 2014 she finished her studies at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Floris Mijnders with the highest degree, Cum Laude.
Ketevan won various national and international prizes among in competitions among which the Georgian National Competition and the Servais International Competition. She worked with musicians like Dmitri Ferschtman and Natalia Gutman and is part of the ‘Mirovia Quartet’. Ketevan also performed and worked with conductors like Adrian Prabava and Cem Mansur.
Ketevan received the ‘Radio 4 studiebeurs’ in the Dutch Classical Talent competition in 2013. She was also awarded with a tour in the Netherlands, which she performed in March 2015. In 2016 Ketevan was selected for the new Masters on Tour series. In November she’ll perform in Texel (Hervormde Kerk), Zwolle (Oreon), Amsterdam (Concertgebouw) and Bratislava ('Slovak Philharmonic') with pianist Daniël Kool.
Ketevan performs regularly in the Netherlands and abroad. She gave concerts and tours in the Netherlands, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Russia, Belgium and Georgia.
Russian conductor Lev Markiz and the ‘Stichting vrienden van het Conservatorium van Tbilisi’ made it possible for Ketevan to come and study in the Nethelands. Also they helped her to buy her current instrument. Her bow is a ‘Fetique’ and is borrowed from the ‘Nationaal Instrumentenfonds (NMF).
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