Georgii Moroz was born on April 7, 2001, in Kyiv, Ukraine, into a family of musicians. He began playing the violin at the age of five. Starting from 2012, Georgii studied at Kyiv Lysenko State Music Lyceum under the guidance of Olha Korinets, where he began performing actively and graduated successfully in 2018 with numerous honors.
Georgii served as the concertmaster of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine and performed with various orchestras and chamber ensembles, including string quartets (where he occasionally played the viola), piano trios, and duos. He is also a laureate of numerous all-Ukrainian and international violin competitions, such as the International Violin Competition "Eugen Coca" (XIX, XXI) in Kishinev, Moldova; International Violin Competition "Cornelia Bronzetti" (2014) in Romania; International Violin Competition "Grumiaux" (2017) in Brussels, Belgium; and the "Leonid Kogan" All-Ukrainian Violin Competition (2018) in Ukraine. Georgii reached the semi-finals of the Singapore International Violin Competition (2022) and the quarter-finals of the Montreal International Music Competition (2023).
Georgii is a prize winner of the XII International Jean Sibelius Competition (2022) in Helsinki, Finland, and the second prize winner of the 9th Munetsugu Angel Violin Competition (2023) in Nagoya, Japan.
He has appeared as a soloist with esteemed orchestras such as the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, YST Symphony Orchestra, Chubu Philharmonic Orchestra, and more.
Georgii presented two recitals at the Bucharest Philharmonic in 2014 and 2016. He has participated in masterclasses and received guidance from distinguished artists, including Shlomo Mintz, Midori Goto, Chaim Taub, Vilmos Szabadi, Ilia Kaler, Shmuel Ashkenasi, Vadim Gluzman, Krzysztof Wegrzyn, Dmitry Berlinsky, Sergei Ostrosky, Evgeny Bushkov, and many others.
From 2019 to 2023, Georgii obtained his Bachelor's degree at Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore, under the tutelage of Professor Qian Zhou. Currently, he is pursuing studies at Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin with Professor Antje Weithaas.
Starting from 2018, Georgii Moroz teamed up with fellow Ukrainian young violinist Daniil Gonobolin to form the violin duet ensemble named "Violin Show." They have since released a series of original compositions and brought them to life through a collection of short films, showcasing their musical prowess and collaborative artistry.
Georgii currently performs on the 1840 F. Pressenda "Ex-Poulet" violin, generously lent by the Nippon Violin Foundation.