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Tamara Lorenzo Gabeiras has performed all over the world as a piano soloist and collaborative pianist. In recent years, she is furthering her musical career as a conductor and entrepreneur.

In 2019 she was appointed Repetiteur with Conducting Duties at the Meiningen Estate Theatre (Germany). That same year she is selected by composer Pascal Dusapin to participate in the “Opera Creation workshop” at the Festival Aix-en-Provence 2019. Her interest in contemporary music has also been awarded by the New York Women Composers with a grant for the promotion of their works during the 2018/19 season.

In 2018 she wins the “Orchestra Prize” at the International Conducting Competition Opera de Baugé (France). She was music director of the Holborn Community Orchestra in London and worked as conductor for Helios Collective, as assistant conductor on various projects for the Cambridge Philharmonic, and as freelance repetiteur for Independent Opera, Kammerphilharmonie Graubunden, King’s College University, Pop-up Opera and UCL Opera.

She studied orchestral conducting at the Zurcher Hochschule der Kunste (Switzerland), has a Fellowship (Assistant Conductor) and a Master of Arts (Repetiteur) from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (UK), a Master of Music (Piano) from the Manhattan School of Music (USA) and a Postgraduate (Piano and Chamber Music) from the Akademia Muzycznaw Krakowie (Poland). During her studies she received many prizes and was supported, to name a few, by the Fundación Barrié de la Maza, the Fundación Gil Dávila, Help Musicians UK and the Leverhulme Trust.

Her conducting teachers were Timothy Redmond and Christof Brunner. She received further advice from Sian Edwards, Alice Farnham, Jane Glover, Vladimir Jurowski and Jac van Steen. Tamara is co-founder of the opera company based in London, XOGA, which promotes minority languages and female talent. Their first project was premiered at Oxford University in 2017. Their projects were supported by various sponsors, among others, YCAT (Young Concert Artists) and NOS (National Opera Studio).