Tamara Stefanovich


Tamara Stefanovich is captivating audiences worldwide with her highly elaborated recital programmes, as chamber musician or soloist with the world’s leading orchestras. Being passionate about a broad repertoire from Bach to the contemporary, she has performed with The Cleveland Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony and Philharmonic Orchestras, Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Mahler Chamber Orchestra, amongst others. Stefanovich performs at the world’s major concert venues including Suntory Hall Tokyo, London’s Royal Albert and Wigmore halls, Philharmonie Berlin and as a guest at international festivals such as Salzburger Festspiele, Beethovenfest Bonn, Flagey Piano ­Days and BBC Proms.

Her award-winning discography includes a recording of Kurtág’s Quasi una Fantasia and his double concerto with Asko|Schönberg Ensemble and Reinbert de Leeuw and Jean-Guihen Queyras for ECM. She received the Edison Award and her recording of Bartók’s Concerto for two pianos, percussion and orchestra with Pierre-Laurent Aimard and the London Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Pierre Boulez (Deutsche Grammophon) was nominated for a Grammy Award. Following her first solo recording with works by Bach and Bartók, Tamara dedicated her second album Influences to the works of Ives, Bartók, Messiaen and Bach on Pentatone. Last season Stefanovich is released two more recordings for Pentatone: Messian’s Visions de l’Amen with Pierre-Laurent Aimard in September 2022 and a solo album featuring etudes by Vassos Nicolaou in February 2023.


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