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Among the finest violinists of her generation, Tamara has become much sought after as a soloist, chamber musician and leader. Noted for her sensitivity, clear tone and distinctive sound, her career has developed rapidly with performances throughout Europe, including festival appearances at Verbier Festival, Montreux Jazz Festival, Menuhin Festival Gstaad, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, and in venues such as Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Royal Albert Hall, Barbican Centre, and Royal Festival Hall. 


A regular at the BBC Proms, she guest led her first televised Prom in 2022, and has performed staged programmes there from memory with Aurora Orchestra since 2015. She has been invited to guest lead the British Youth Opera, Holland Park Opera, Southbank Sinfonia and Lausanne Sinfonietta. Active in London’s West End, Tamara has performed for Cameron Mackintosh produced shows Les Miserables at Sondheim Theatre, Hamilton at Victoria Palace Theatre, and has recently been appointed to the leader chair of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s revival of Aspects of Love at Lyric Theatre. 

She first performed as a soloist at the age of nine under the baton of Tibor Varga, and has since performed under Ivo Lipanovics, Luc Baghdassarian, and Paul Wynne Griffiths, as well as with unconducted ensembles London Concertante and United Strings of Europe. 

Tamara has collaborated with a wide variety of artists and composers including Steve Reich, Björk, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Quincy Jones, Max Richter, Jon Batiste, and has recorded for Sony and Deutsche Grammophon. A keen pedagogue, she has been invited to coach at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory in Singapore, the Universidad Tecnologica di Pereira in Colombia, the International Menuhin Academy in Switzerland, and the Cambridge Chamber Academy in the UK.


Other orchestral and session work include Isobel Griffiths Ltd, guest principal second at Ulster Orchestra, guest leader at Sinfonietta de Lausanne, guest co-leader at St Petersburg Theatre Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, London Contemporary Orchestra, Britten Sinfonia, London Mozart Players to name a few. 


Tamara’s teachers include Tibor Varga, Maciej Rakowski and Pierre Amoyal, and is a graduate from the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Geneva Conservatoire, where she graduated with a substantial cash prize for ‘outstanding results during her studies’. She currently holds a Master of Arts in Performance and a Master of Arts in Education. 


Tamara plays on a Bernardo Calcagno from 1750.

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