Tatiana Berman is a Russian born violinist, artist, and entrepreneur. Her parents, both musicians, introduced her to the violin at the age of four. Her musical journey continued at the Specialized Music School in St. Petersburg. Tatiana’s early show of talent led to acceptance at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Royal College of Music in London, where she earned full scholarships, and international awards along the way. London’s described Tatiana as “a violinist with a mature, compelling musical personality.” Throughout her international career as a concert violinist, Tatiana has collaborated with countless renowned musicians, including Joshua Bell, Jeremy Denk, Bryce Dessner, Ivry Gitlis, Steven Isserlis, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Anthony McGill, Liang Wang, 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.
Berman is the founder and artistic director of the Constella Festival. Now entering its fifth season, Constella is widely hailed as one of the most prestigious classical music and art festivals in the United States. Constella featured numerous Grammy award winning musicians, over 60 world premiere interdisciplinary works, and has introduced Cincinnati area programs that bring music to schools where arts funding has been cut. In 2012 Tatiana has been named Arts Ambassador for the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, and became a Ted Talk speaker. In 2013 Berman gave a world premiere of Charles Coleman’s Violin Concerto in to a sold-out hall and great critical acclaim. In partnership with Constella and CultureMonster.org Berman is working on a variety of music videos which aim to connect classical music with a broader audience. Vitali Variations was featured in Huffington Post and is available on YouTube, Google Play and iTunes. Berman is a producer on the documentary Maestro and works with musicians and groups across the globe as a music producer.
When the mother of three is not touring or working on her festival, she spends time with her family and fulfills her passion of painting. In April 2016 Berman gave a world premiere of a violin concerto by Michael Csányi-Wills. Later in the year, she stars in the groundbreaking production Not So Classical and presents her first solo art exhibition.