Nata Tsvereli had her first piano lessons at the age of eight. Her professional studies began in 1994 at the Tbilisi State Conservatoire with Nodar Gabunia. One year later she won first prize at the Georgian Republic Piano Competition in Tbilisi. She received the prestigious Shevardnadze scholarship in 1998. In the same year she won first prize at both the London International Piano Competition and the International Maria Yudina Competition in St Petersburg subsequently making her début with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra performing Chopin’s Second and Rachmaninov’s Third Piano Concerto in the Philharmonia Hall. In 2002 she started studies for her master’s degree with Jan Wijn at the Amsterdam Conservatoire graduating in 2004 with honours. A year later she played Leonard Bernstein’s The Age of Anxiety with the Noord-Nederlands Orkest conducted by Michel Tabachnik. In the same year she won the ING Bank Audition Award. Nata Tsvereli has performed often in Georgia, the Netherlands, England, Russia and Germany. In the 2007 series of Het Debuut (The Debut) she gave ten solo recitals in major concert halls throughout the Netherlands. In addition to her solo performances she forms a piano duo with pianist Paul Komen. She is professor of piano at the Prince Claus Conservatoire in Groningen.