Klara Khomskii (Netherlands, 2008) was born in a family of musicians and started playing piano at the age of 2. In 2015 she was the youngest participant at the international "Peter de Grote Festival" in Groningen, the Netherlands, where she received masterclasses from Yoram Ish-Hurwitz Paul Komen, Igor Roma, Ilona Timchenko, Nata Tsvereli and Juan Zurutuza.


Klara is the winner of the 2nd prize at the "Musikolympiade Döbling", Vienna 2014, 1st prize at the Hamburger Instrumental Wettbewerb 2015 and 2016, 1 of the 5 finalists at the Steinway Piano Competition Hamburg 2015, and the "1st prize with distinction" at the Bergedorfer Musikantenwettstreit.


Klara was an "international guest" at the festival "Klassiek op het Amstelveld" in Amsterdam in 2014, 2015 and 2016, where she performed the world premiere "Little Hands" (quartet) composed and dedicated to her by Sonja Schwedersky.


She has received many positive reviews, including the Dutch newspaper "Telegraaf", the Viennese "Bezirkszeitung" and the Dutch classical music magazine "Pianist" calling Klara the "Mozart girl".