Nominated for the Grammy Awards® in 2022, Opus Klassik 2022 and Deutsche Schalplatten Kritik for her last Album "20th Century feminine" that received a Diapason d'Or.
Georgian pianist Tamara Atschba is winner of the prestigious Dmitri Kabalevsky Piano Competition, and has been described by the critic as "incomparable, inspired pianist", she has toured all over the world.
Through her career, Tamara Atschba came across fascinating artistic personalities, such as Valentin Berlinsky, Claudio Abbado, Ruggero Ricci, Martha Argerich, Boris Berezovsky and Maxim Vengerov. Her strong musical personality, the high quality of her playing and the exceptional colours of her piano sound have been noticed by outstanding musicians such as Yehudi Menuhin, Zubin Mehta ("such a wonderful and powerful sound!"), Vladimir Ashkenazy ("an exquisite piano playing"), Vladimir Krainev, Liana Isakadze, Wolfgang Marschner, Ivry Gitlis („she is an amazing musician!“) and Yuri Bashmet.
Tamara Atschba has been frequently invited to give master classes throughout Europe and Asia, as well as a juror at international music competitions. 2015 she became a member of the „International Academy of Performing Arts and Sciences“.
Since 1995, Tamara Atschba has worked as a teacher at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna.
From 2016, Tamara Atschba is a co- founder and Vice - President of the Esperus Art Fund and Summer Music Academy in France and President of the Esperus Concerts Assosiation in Vienna. From 2020 Tamara Atschba is also Professor at the Schubert Concervatory in Vienna.