Classically trained at conservatory with a masters degree from the Republic of Georgia. Tamara studied Russian and French styles of piano playing. Tamara enjoys performing and has appeared in many and varied settings with repertoire ranging from light music to classical music. Tamara is fluent in English, French, Georgian and Russian.
What to Expect
Energetic and enthusiastic high-level performance and program with perfect pitch and sound. I play a variety of pieces that will evoke strong emotions and feelings!
Tamara Sarajishvili Dominguez was born and brought up in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia (then part of the USSR). Tamara started playing piano at the age of six and was immediately accepted at the prestigious Music School for Gifted Children in Tbilisi. During Tamara's study at this school, in addition to taking part in numerous concerts, she performed with the Georgian State Orchestra several times. From 1986, Tamara studied piano at the Tbilisi State Conservatoire, finishing her studies in 1991 with a Master's Degree under the guidance of famous Georgian pianist Nino Chirakadze. On completion of this course, Tamara was awarded the Diploma 'Higher Education Degree' in the former USSR. According to this diplomat, Tamara had the qualifications of professional piano teacher and performer.
After graduation from the Conservatoire, Tamara started teaching piano at the college of Instrumental, and Performing Art in Tbilisi continued her performing career with pianist Tamara Sakvarelidze-Black. They gave duo recitals initially in Tbilisi and subsequently in London.
In 2002, Tamara worked for a period as a pianist at the Thistle Hyde Park Hotel in London. From 2003, Tamara moved to Paris where have completed the course at Conservatoire Supérior de Région de Paris (CNR) under the guidance of famous French pianist Yves Henry. Tamara continued her teaching and performing career in Paris. For several years, Tamara worked as an accompanist of ballet classes at the Russian School of Arts in Paris.
The highlight of Tamara's teaching career was attending Al Bustan International Festival in Lebanon where her student was invited to take part by maestro Gianluca Marcianò. Tamara enjoys performing and has appeared in many and varied settings with repertoire ranging from light music to classical music. Tamara is fluent in English, French, Georgian and Russian.
Since September 2017, Tamara is married, David Dominguez. She has a son Grigol Kalandadze who was born 1993 in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Additional Booking Notes
A microphone is optional.
Past Booked Events
|September 15, 2018 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm||Wedding Reception|
Influences & Inspiration
Khatia Buniatishvili - Georgian pianist and friend