June 30, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.
Tatiana Berman | Annette Navarro

Tatiana Berman


Tatiana Berman is a Russian-American violinist, artist, and producer.

Tatiana's mission is to create new ways of connecting classical music with a broader audience. She is the star of Forte documentary which tells the story of three women creating their own definition of success. Tatiana is the original star and co-creator of the groundbreaking performance concept Not So Classical which has been praised by Forbes, NPR and Playbill for its innovative approach in presenting a classical music concert experience.

In 2020 Tatiana’s appearances include interactive and educational opportunities such as performances, Q & A, movie screenings and workshops. Appearance locations include The Kennedy Center, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Santa Fe Symphony, Lafon Performing Arts center. Tatiana is revolutionizing arts education through virtual performances in the classroom. She is releasing her long-anticipated debut album and continuing to make history with the premiere of the first-ever Violin Concerto composed by artificial intelligence.

Tatiana is the founder and artistic director of Constella Arts which brings music to schools where arts funding has been cut. In partnership with Constella Arts and Culture Monster, she produces a variety of content which connects classical music with a broader audience. Her video Vitali Variations is featured in Huffington Post and broadcast in over 26 countries.

Tatiana studied violin at the St. Petersburg Specialized Music School and then at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Royal College of Music in London, earning full scholarships, and international awards along the way. Throughout her international career as a concert violinist, Tatiana has collaborated with renowned musicians, including Joshua Bell, Ksenia Bashmet, Jeremy Denk, Bryce Dessner, Ivry Gitlis, Steven Isserlis, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Anthony McGill, Nico Muhly, Simon Trpceski and Ted Nash. As a soloist, she has worked with conductors Paavo Jarvi, Sarah Ioannides, and the late Yehudi Menuhin, appearing with both European and U.S. orchestras. London’s The Strad described Tatiana as “a violinist with a mature, compelling musical personality.” Tatiana is an ardent performer of new music, commissioning and collaborating on artistic projects with dancers and digital artists. Notable performances include world premieres of Violin Concertos by Charles Coleman and Michael Csányi-Wills. In 2012, Tatiana was named Arts Ambassador for the City of Cincinnati, Ohio and became a Ted Talk speaker.

Tatiana is a producer on the documentary Maestro and Nordic Pulse. To see some of Tatiana's visual art, go to the Art Gallery.