09.18.08 tatiana berman

Tatiana Berman is described by The Strad as “a young violinist with a mature and compelling musical personality.” She performs a broad range of solo repertoire, as well as a variety of chamber music.

In November 2006 Tatiana made her critically acclaimed debut with the Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sarah Ioannides.
In July 2005 Tatiana made her debut with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Paavo Järvi in a performance of the Mozart Violin Concerto, No. 3. She was reengaged to play the Beethoven Romances in the Oistrakh Festival, Pärnu, Estonia in 2006.
In November 2005 Tatiana made her U.S. recital debut to a capacity audience at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington, Kentucky. Since then, she has performed with the Concertnova ensemble and in chamber music at the Linton Chamber Music Series in Cincinnati.
As a recitalist, she has performed extensively in France, Switzerland, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand, and Germany. In the UK, Tatiana gave recitals at the Wigmore Hall, St. Jamesí Piccadilly, Royal Festival Hall, Leighton House, and Southwark Cathedral as part of London Arts, Buxton and Brighton Festivals.
Tatiana is the recipient of the Manoug Parikian, Sidney Perry, MBF and Craxton Awards. She also is a winner of the prestigious Ian Fleming and Myra Hess Awards in London.
Tatiana has appeared on the cover of Musical Opinion magazine and is a featured soloist on the 1996 Classic FM CD Yehudi Menuhin’s Young Virtuosi.
Born in Moscow, Tatiana began her studies at the age of five at the St. Petersburg Specialized Music School. In 1992, Tatiana was a prize winner in the International Violin Competition in Kloster-Schöntal, Germany. She then continued to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Yehudi Menuhin and Natalia Boyarsky and later at the Royal College of Music in London with Yossi Zivoni. She has also performed with the London Musici, RCM Sinfonietta in London and the Yehudi Menuhin School orchestras across the UK and Switzerland


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