Tatiana<br /> Zenaishvili


  • Ph.D. in Art Studies
  • Professor

Performing experience

  • 2010 Arts Director and Producer of the Bravo, Harpsichord festival, Moscow
  • 2000-present  Soloist and Producer of the Concert series «Anthology of Keyboard Music», «Baroque Silhouettes» - harpsichord, organ and clavichord solo recitals, Moscow Conservatoire
  • 1998-present Soloist, Producer, Lecture. «Salon de Сlavecin» - solo harpsichord recitals, Glinka Central State Museum of Musical Culture, Moscow
  • 1999-present Soloist, Producer, Lecturer. Radio recitals and programs for Radio Rossiya, Orpheus Radio
  • 2002-2006 Soloist and member. Catherine the Great Chamber Orchestra, St. Petersburg
  • 2004-2005 Soloist and member of an ensemble. 7th and 8th International EARLY MUSIC Festivals, Moscow State Conservatory in affiliation with St. Petersburg Philharmonic
  • Solo recitals with St. Petersburg baroque orchestra in Wigmore Hall, London, UK
  • Solo recital and recital with counter-tenor Michael Chance, UK

Some other recitals

  • 2000 Harpsichord and organ (solo), Evanston, Chicago, IL and Rochester, MN
  • 2000 Harpsichord (solo) and chamber music recitals with flautist Susan Kutertan, Eastminster Church, Toronto
  • 1992-1993 Soloist (organ and harpsichord) in Baroque and Chamber Music recitals La Salle Corto, Paris, France; Forum Atrium, Osnabrück, Germany;  Academie Musicale de Villecroze, Provence, France; Centro de Estudos de Musica Barocca, Porto, Portugal.
  • 1990 Solo and chamber music recitals, Organ Festival, Goteborg, Sweden
  • 1980-1994  Piano, Organ, and Harpsichord recitals, Portugal, Germany, France, Sweden, Poland, Czech Republic, former USSR

Published recordings

  • Eighteenth-century Music for Harpsichord, CD, Performer: Tatiana Zenaishvili, © Glinka State Central Museum of Music Culture, 2001
  • J. S. Bach. The Goldberg Variations on Burkat Shudi Harpsichord, CD, Performer: Tatiana Zenaishvili, © Glinka State Central Museum of Music Culture, 2003
  • Italian harpsichordists in the Eighteenth-century Russia, CD, Performer: Tatiana Zenaishvili, © Glinka State Central Museum of Music Culture, 2007
  • Youri Boutsko. Polyphonic Concerto, CD, Performers: Tatiana Zenaishvili, Lyubov Shishkhanova, Yulia Tikhonova, Alexander Kulikov, © Russkiy Dom – Yaroslavl, 2011
  • Johann Sebastian Bach and the Contemporary Music for Organ and Harpsichord, CD, Performers: Tatiana Zenaishvili & Lyubov Shishkhanova, © Moscow, 2019

Teaching experience

  • 1994-present  Professor of harpsichord, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow
  • 2002-2006 Professor of harpsichord, Smol’ny Institute of Free Arts and Sciences,  St. Petersburg State University/Bard College, NY
  • 2000 Professor of harpsichord, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
  • 2000  Master-classes in Evanston, Chicago, Rochester, Toronto, Moscow, St. Petersburg
  • 1993-1994 Teaching Assistant Ecole Normale de Musique (Paris) and Concervatoire Claude Debussy (Paris)

Education and research

  • 1997 Ph.D. in Arts Studies, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow
    Thesis: Organ compositions of Johann Pachelbel: Problems of Style and Performance Interpretation
  • 1994 Prix d'Excellence in harpsichord and basso continuo, Ecole Nationale de Musique, Bobigny
  • 1992-1994 Four time recipient of Premier Prix in harpsichord and chamber music, Conservatoire Municipal Claude Debussy, Paris
  • 1988-1991 Postgraduate studies in Organ, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow
  • 1981-1987 Professional Degree of Higher Education (Piano, Organ, and Chamber Music) with Honors, Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow
  • 1977-1981 Vocational Education Diploma (Piano) with Highest Honors, Music College of the Tchaikovsky State Conservatoire, Moscow
  • 1992-1994 Participated in Master classes with:
    Huguette Dreyfus (Paris)
    Michel Chapuis (Paris)
    Bob van Asperen (Amsterdam)
    Harald Vogel (Hanover)
    Felipe Nabuco-Silvestre (Porto)

Other awards and achievements

  • 1994-present Invitation from Glinka State Museum to perform concert series on a harpsichord made in 1766 by Shudi
  • 1999-2000 Fulbright grant from the Department of State of the United States of America
  • 1991-1994 Scholarship from the Foundation des Treilles: Centre D’Études du Bassin
    Méditerraneen, Schlumberger Foundation

For booking enquiries in the UK please contact:
Amiran Zenaishvili zenaishvilia@gmail.com 07842 171870

Nataliia Reneva