Besides her solo work, Greta finds great joy in ensemble playing and performs regularly with string players and singers. She is a member of various chamber groups, including a cello and piano duo with Thomas Bertolotti as well as a violin and piano duo with Lucía Veintimilla.
Greta has been a prize winner in competitions such as Unga Artister, Kils Internationella Pianotävling and Steinway Piano Festival, where she for three consecutive years was awarded 1st prize. She has several times appeared as a guest performer on various Swedish TV programmes, including God morgon Sverige, and recorded an episode for Kultursöndag together with pianist Greta Eriksson, who has been an important person in the early stages of Greta’s piano career. Since 2012 she is also a returning performer for various events at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.
Greta has performed with orchestras Filialen and Södra Latins Symfoniorkester, then collaborating with conductors Rei Munakata and Jan Risberg.
In 2009 conductor and composer Pelle Olofson wrote the piece Bagatell for her and she recorded it for his CD Utan Ord in 2013. In 2016 Pelle and Greta collaborated with Stockholms Studentsångare and recorded Oskar Lindberg’s Mitt land – a never before recorded piece.
In November 2015 she performed at the Royal Albert Hall in London together with the English Touring Opera and the following spring gave two recitals at the Wigmore Hall together with violinist Irma Vastakaite for the series For Crying Out Loud. 2017 started with a concert at Gripsholm Castle in Sweden where, together with pianist Roland Pöntinen, Greta inaugurated a new Steinway grand piano in the presence of the Royal family.
Greta has studied with Professors Pascal Nemirovski, Erik Tawaststjerna, Lidia Spirijagina and Stefan Bojsten. In 2017 she completed the Master of Arts degree at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she studied with Professor Carole Presland, kindly supported by the Freund and G A Johansson trusts.