Press and Media

This is brilliant and new
Alan Titchmarsh, from his Great British Discovery

It is a joy of an album, a lovely gem
Margherita Taylor, on Reverie

it’s brilliant new music
John Branning from Classic FM on Reverie

 


Tamara’s 3rd album, Resilience, is released on Friday 26th December 2021

Press and reviews for Resilience

From the Dorset Echo, 29th September 2021

AN ACCOMPLISHED composer and pianist from Weymouth is releasing a new album of modern classical music.
Tamara Konstantin is a talented romantic pianist and composer who is releasing her much anticipated new album Resilience in November….
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From Musicnews.com, 29th September 2021

The talented romantic pianist and composer Tamara Konstantin is destined to make waves in the world of modern classical music with the release of The Elixir of Life – the first single from her much anticipated third album – Resilience.
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From Luxurynews online, 20th October 2021

Produced during a time of great global crisis, Resilience reflects the pain of lockdown and is personal message of love, hope and affection to the people and places closest to Tamara‘s heart;
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From Pivotpoints podcast, 20th October 2021

In this episode I speak with the composer and pianist Tamara Konstantin.
She recently performed her romantic piano compositions before Grace Jones’s headline act and a star studded audience at the ICON gala at London’s Landmark Hotel where the worlds of fashion, show business and music joined forces to raise funds for NHS Charities Together and WellChild.
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Extracts and interviews about Tamara’s 2nd album, Reverie

Click here to watch Tamara perform “Reverie” for Classic FM

 


From ClassicFM, 7th October 2016
a review of Inflections

Tamara Konstantin trained as a pianist in Georgia, before later building successful careers as a TV presenter, and a senior executive in an oil company. Now a long-time resident of the UK, living with her successful businessman husband in Dorset, Tamara some years ago returned to music, re-honing her pianistic technique, and also composing. The fruits of her labours first appeared on a privately circulated CD, recommended to me by a Classic FM colleague, and from which I played one item, Spring , from her piano Four Seasons. This went down very well and attracted a positive postbag, so I played it again, with the same result.

I am therefore glad that this album is now being made more widely available through Stone Records. Anyone who buys it, or downloads it, is in for a treat. Tamara is inspired by the great piano masters of the 19th century, to produce melodic music, well laid out for the piano, that is not in the least derivative, and has great charm. These days, thankfully, with atonalism seen as a blind alley, we can celebrate the return of well crafted melodies which is what you get here. Tamara shares pianistic duties with the Dorset pianist Duncan Honeybourne, a most accomplished pianist, who has himself recorded some interesting CDs, well worth digging out, of English romantic piano music on EM Records.

 

– David Mellor, ClassicFM


Recording news from the studio, by Philip Sommerich click to read PDF

winding-road

lady
“Inflections” notimated CD of the week, in Lady Magazine. Click here to read the review

Produced, engineered and edited by Alan Crumpler. Recorded 23rd June 2014 at Wyastone Concert Hall, Monmouth, UK.

Steinway technician: Philip Kennedy.

Publisher: www.tamarakonstantin.com

Photographs of Tamara Konstantin @ 2014 Will Paltridge.


Close-Up: C Music TV talks exclusively with pianist/composer Tamara Konstantin