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Tatjana  Komarova

Born: September 11th, 1968
Country of origin: Russia
Tatjana Komarova was born in Brest (Byelorussia) on 11 September 1968. She grew up in Moscow, taking early music lessons from her parents who are both musicians, her father (Vladimir Komarov) being also a composer. In 1987, after her piano studies, Tatjana Komarova began to study composition at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow with Professor Nikolai Sidelnikov who laid the foundation for her compositional work and had a significant influence on her artistic development. The works by Tatjana Komarova have already seen a considerable number of performances, both in her native country and in numerous European countries.

Her Sonata for piano (1990), for example, was premiered in New York in 1992 and - in 1995 alone - performed among others in Frankfurt, Leipzig (Gewandhaus), Amsterdam, Prague and Athens. Commissioned by the city of Mönchengladbach, the work Triptychon for violoncello and piano (created in 1993 and premiered in December of the same year by Boris Pergamenchikov and Lars Vogt) has since been performed a.o. in Stuttgart, at the Cologne Philharmonie, in Paris (Châtelet), London (BBC live broadcast) and in a chamber concert of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association. Other commissioned works of recent years are an octet for the "Finale" Festival of the Cologne Philharmonie, a work for 12 violoncellos for the Violoncello Festival in Beauvais/ France premiered in May 1994 as well as the opera Das Jahrmarktsfest zu Plundersweilern (after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, arranged by Peter Hacks and jointly created with four other young composers) for the Rheinsberg Castle Chamber Opera.

Furthermore Komarova composed Variations with Theme for string orchestra (1997) for the Brunswig Rostrum of Chamber Music, Sonnenuntergänge auf B 612 for nine instruments, commissioned by Paul Sacher (1998), or the Concerto for piano and orchestra, commissioned by the Musikkollegium Winterthur (2000/01). Tatjana Komarova's compositions have been broadcast many times on the radio (a.o. BBC, WDR, NDR, SDR, Radio France) and on television (ZDF and WDR), some have already been recorded on CD. Her Œuvre includes compositions for piano, lieder, choral and orchestral works and in particular chamber music in every possible instrumentation.

Further commissions include works for Heinrich Schiff, Boris Pergamenschikow, Danjulo Ishizaka, Tomoko Akasaka and the Belcea Quartet, and premieres have been given by the Lucerne Festival in 2002, the Ruhr Piano Festival in 2003 and Klangspuren Schwaz. In 2004, Komarova was composer-in-residence with the Orchestre de Bretagne, and the same year she was commissioned by Elena Bashkirova-Barenboim to write Kalenderblätter (Calendar sheets), a clarinet quartet for the Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival. Dialogische Essenzen for viola, cello and orchestra was written for the 2011 Kronberg Academy Cello Festival. In 2014 she is composer-in-residence at the chamber music festival "Spannungen". For this occasion she composed the new piece Umhüllt von Licht und Nebel for violin and piano. 

In 2010, Komarova founded a school of composition for children and young people "Notenfänger / Salon 11" in Berlin where she presented chamber music concerts as well as art exhibitions. Today, she runs the artist agency "Komarova Artists Management at Berlin.

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  1. Calendar sheets

    Calendar sheets

    Quartett
    Download Edition
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : clarinet in B flat, violin, cello and piano
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 9861 Q6273
    €24.99  *
  2. "Auf immer und ewig!?..."

    for string sextett
    Download Edition
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 20719 Q6389
    €18.99  *
  3. Sonata

    Sonata

    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 8299
    €18.00  *
  4. Triptychon

    Triptychon

    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : cello and piano
    Order No. : ED 8910
    €13.00  *
  5. Piano Trio

    Piano Trio

    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : violin, cello and piano
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 8979
    €29.00  *
  6. Variationen mit Thema

    Variationen mit Thema

    für Streichorchester
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : string orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  7. Sonnenuntergänge auf B 612

    Sonnenuntergänge auf B 612

    für neun Instrumente
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : 9 instruments
    Edition : performance material
  8. Konzert

    Konzert

    für Klavier und Orchester
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : piano and orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  9. Avant et Après

    Avant et Après

    pour orchestre
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  10. Dialogische Essenzen

    Dialogische Essenzen

    für Viola, Violoncello, Streichorchester und Schlagzeug
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : viola, cello, string orchestra and percussion
    Edition : performance material

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Tatjana Komarova was born in Brest (Byelorussia) on 11 September 1968. She grew up in Moscow, taking early music lessons from her parents who are both musicians, her father (Vladimir Komarov) being also a composer. In 1987, after her piano studies, Tatjana Komarova began to study composition at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow with Professor Nikolai Sidelnikov who laid the foundation for her compositional work and had a significant influence on her artistic development. The works by Tatjana Komarova have already seen a considerable number of performances, both in her native country and in numerous European countries.

Her Sonata for piano (1990), for example, was premiered in New York in 1992 and - in 1995 alone - performed among others in Frankfurt, Leipzig (Gewandhaus), Amsterdam, Prague and Athens. Commissioned by the city of Mönchengladbach, the work Triptychon for violoncello and piano (created in 1993 and premiered in December of the same year by Boris Pergamenchikov and Lars Vogt) has since been performed a.o. in Stuttgart, at the Cologne Philharmonie, in Paris (Châtelet), London (BBC live broadcast) and in a chamber concert of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association. Other commissioned works of recent years are an octet for the "Finale" Festival of the Cologne Philharmonie, a work for 12 violoncellos for the Violoncello Festival in Beauvais/ France premiered in May 1994 as well as the opera Das Jahrmarktsfest zu Plundersweilern (after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, arranged by Peter Hacks and jointly created with four other young composers) for the Rheinsberg Castle Chamber Opera.

Furthermore Komarova composed Variations with Theme for string orchestra (1997) for the Brunswig Rostrum of Chamber Music, Sonnenuntergänge auf B 612 for nine instruments, commissioned by Paul Sacher (1998), or the Concerto for piano and orchestra, commissioned by the Musikkollegium Winterthur (2000/01). Tatjana Komarova's compositions have been broadcast many times on the radio (a.o. BBC, WDR, NDR, SDR, Radio France) and on television (ZDF and WDR), some have already been recorded on CD. Her Œuvre includes compositions for piano, lieder, choral and orchestral works and in particular chamber music in every possible instrumentation.

Further commissions include works for Heinrich Schiff, Boris Pergamenschikow, Danjulo Ishizaka, Tomoko Akasaka and the Belcea Quartet, and premieres have been given by the Lucerne Festival in 2002, the Ruhr Piano Festival in 2003 and Klangspuren Schwaz. In 2004, Komarova was composer-in-residence with the Orchestre de Bretagne, and the same year she was commissioned by Elena Bashkirova-Barenboim to write Kalenderblätter (Calendar sheets), a clarinet quartet for the Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival. Dialogische Essenzen for viola, cello and orchestra was written for the 2011 Kronberg Academy Cello Festival. In 2014 she is composer-in-residence at the chamber music festival "Spannungen". For this occasion she composed the new piece Umhüllt von Licht und Nebel for violin and piano. 

In 2010, Komarova founded a school of composition for children and young people "Notenfänger / Salon 11" in Berlin where she presented chamber music concerts as well as art exhibitions. Today, she runs the artist agency "Komarova Artists Management at Berlin.
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  1. Calendar sheets

    Calendar sheets

    Quartett
    Download Edition
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : clarinet in B flat, violin, cello and piano
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 9861 Q6273
    €24.99  *
  2. "Auf immer und ewig!?..."

    for string sextett
    Download Edition
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 20719 Q6389
    €18.99  *
  3. Sonata

    Sonata

    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 8299
    €18.00  *
  4. Triptychon

    Triptychon

    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : cello and piano
    Order No. : ED 8910
    €13.00  *
  5. Piano Trio

    Piano Trio

    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : violin, cello and piano
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 8979
    €29.00  *
  6. Variationen mit Thema

    Variationen mit Thema

    für Streichorchester
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : string orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  7. Sonnenuntergänge auf B 612

    Sonnenuntergänge auf B 612

    für neun Instrumente
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : 9 instruments
    Edition : performance material
  8. Konzert

    Konzert

    für Klavier und Orchester
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : piano and orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  9. Avant et Après

    Avant et Après

    pour orchestre
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : orchestra
    Edition : performance material
  10. Dialogische Essenzen

    Dialogische Essenzen

    für Viola, Violoncello, Streichorchester und Schlagzeug
    Composer : Komarova, Tatjana
    Instrumentation : viola, cello, string orchestra and percussion
    Edition : performance material

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