Nino Gvetadze studied in Tbilisi with Veronika Tumanishvili, Nodar Gabunia and Nana Khubutia. After graduating she moved to the Netherlands to study with Paul Komen and Jan Wijn.
Nino won the second prize, the press prize and the audience prize at the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition 2008. In 2010, she won the prestigious Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award.
Nino is praised by audiences and fellow musicians for her admirable brilliance and excellent sense of timbre. She has worked with conductors such as Michel Plasson, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Michel Tabachnik, John Axelrod and Jaap van Zweden and with philharmonic orchestras in Rotterdam, The Hague, Brussels, Lille, Munich, Warsaw, Gdansk, Espoo-Helsinki, Istanbul, Seoul and Cannes. In recital she has performed in Hannover (PRO MUSICA Preisträger am Klavier-Zyklus) and at the Lucerne Piano Festival and Festival Piano aux Jacobins (Toulouse). As a regular guest at the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival, she has also performed with the Tapiola Sinfonietta and Joensuu City Orchestra in Finland.
Nino recorded three solo CDs with the Dutch Challenge Classics label. Her 2019 album Visions features solo works by English composer Cyril Scott. In November 2019, she presented the CD at the BBC in London. The album received 5 stars in Dutch paper de Volkskrant and a 9 in Luister magazine. The Challenge CD Ghosts with Chopin's 24 Preludes was described by the Belgian radio station Klara as follows: "An attractive and varied Chopin programme and how sensitively and beautifully Nino Gvetadze plays all this, and with a remarkably rich piano sound."
Nino Gvetadze plays on a Steinway, made available to her by the Dutch Musical Instruments Foundation.