Simplicity is the final achievement.
— Frédéric Chopin

Ieva Dubova is a classical and contemporary pianist from Latvia.  She performs solo and chamber music. Her most recent  achievements include second place in Courtney Kenny Awards  with soprano Hope Lavelle, and first place with Michael  Worboys in the John Halford Competition for piano and composition.

She has been invited to play an honorary  concert of Young Baltic Artists abroad in Uk as a noted musician of the Baltic states and has released an Album premiering  four hands piano music with the award winning  young contemporary  pianist Joe Howson of pieces from Georgs Pelecis as a homage to her native country - Latvia. 
Ieva has Performed in UK, Italy, Germany, France and  Luxembourg.



She has recently joined the Appassionata piano trio and is looking forward to concerts for solo piano in Mexico July 2018 as well as Chamber music tour in Morocco in September 2018 with her duet and trio as a part of an opening of an ongoing classical music series there. 

She is Masters Student at Trinity Laban  Conservatoire of Music studying piano performance under  Alexander Ardakov and has occasional lessons with renowned French pianist, Pascal Roge.

Ievas Mmus studies at Trinity Laban are generously supported by a Jimmie Cross Prize fund scholarship.