Tamara Orlovsky


Dynamic! A dazzling virtuoso! A master musician of astonishing ability! Everywhere she goes Tamara receives rave reviews, and standing ovations. Performing in Bonn Germany with Pro Musica of Chicago, a newspaper described her performances as a “Musicalishe Furor”. Harold Schonberg from New York Times called her “an amazing pianist” after one of her performances. Russian born and educated, Mrs. Orlovsky was a prodigy and gave her first public recital at the age of six and her first symphony appearance at the age of ten. Mrs. Orlovsky has performed as a soloist with Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Dresden Symphony Orchestra, Volgograd Philharmonic, Springfield Symphony, Richmond Symphony, Ft. Wayne Philharmonic, Columbus Symphony, South Bend Symphony, Carmel Symphony, Kokomo Symphony, Greenville Symphony, Shanghai Broadcasting Symphony in China, Pleven Philharmonic in Bulgaria and Tschaikovsky Festival Orchestra for 18 years. She has performed solo and chamber recitals in the USA and Europe including Carnegie Hall. Mrs. Orlovsky has taught as professor of piano at Indiana University, Indiana Central University, Huntington College, Special Music School in Leningrad (Russia). She recorded 3 CDs.