Tatiana Berman



Tatiana Berman is a passionate advocate for live classical music performance, often presenting it in conjunction with other art forms.
She is a violinist, founder and artistic director of the Constella Festival in Cincinnati, USA. Among the many festival events, Constella Festival presents world-class musicians, dancers, visual artists as well as newly commissioned world premiere music and choreography works.
As a chamber musician Tatiana has collaborated with such outstanding musicians as Joshua Bell, Jeremy Denk, Bryce Dessner, Ivry Gitlis, Steven Isserlis, Elizabeth Leonskaja, Anthony McGill, Liang Wang, Nico Muhly and Ted Nash. As a soloist she worked with conductors Paavo Jarvi, Sarah Ioannides and the late Yehudi Menuhin appearing with London Musici, St Petersburg Philharmonic and Spartanburg Philharmonic orchestras.
Performing with Constella String Trio, Tatiana is a also a founding member of concert:nova, multidisciplinary chamber music ensemble.
In 2012 Tatiana has been named Arts Ambassador for the City of Cincinnati, Ohio and became a Ted Talk speaker.
Tatiana studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School and at the Royal College of Music in London.