Tamar showed a talent for music from her earliest years. At the age of 5 she was admitted as an exception to the Experimental Music School for Talented Children (piano class), at the age of 8 she participated in the project "New Names" which promoted young musical talents. As a result of the remarkable education she entered the V. Saradjishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire at the age of 16 receiving for her performance the highest marks.
    Guided by the famous Georgian pianist Prof. Nana Khubutia Tamar took the Bachelor's and the Master's degrees. After the successful graduation from the Conservatoire in 2005 Tamar went as DAAD grant holder to Germany to study at the R. Schumann-Hochschule Düsseldorf in the class of C. Beldi. Experience gained while studying in Germany helped her in her success at the Vienna International Piano Competition 2006 where she won the First Prize and the Special Prize of the Mayor of Vienna, followed by the recital in Eroica Saal, Vienna.
    At present Tamar continues her studies as a post-graduate student at the Tbilisi State Conservatoire writing a doctoral dissertation on Three Part Inventions by J.S. Bach