Latest tweets

- February 27, 2017

Just uploaded a new video of rarely performed Etudes op. 18 by Béla Bartók Live from Hamamatsu Piano Competition
h J R

- December 18, 2016

Yet another recording is now online from my trip to Hamamatsu last year. Sonata in B Minor by J. Haydn.
h J R

- September 19, 2016

A never-ending story of music competitions by @pkkolesnikov
h J R

- September 8, 2016

RT @WildKatCarolin: .@Baranova_piano „Hypersuites“ begeistert auch @Feuilletonscout! Interview unter Bald #live im…
h J R

- September 7, 2016

It was a very inspiring evening with Vasily Petrenko, Valery Gergiev and Münchner Philharmonker #MusikfestBerlin
h J R

- August 31, 2016

RT @Griegpianocomp: @MarkTaratushkin Yes, all performances are streamed live during the competition, starting Saturday on our website https…
h J R

- June 21, 2016

Absolutely love the idea! Though it seems to me that it's too hard to operate a completely "fluid" instrument...
h J R

- May 26, 2016

For those who are in Berlin tomorrow :)
h J R

- April 22, 2016

RT @KawaiPianos: Metamorphic #Piano Bed (1885) was playable & folded out into a bed to allow guests to stay overnight @DrLindseyFitz https:…
h J R

- March 26, 2016

Looking very much forward! Termin - Daniel Barenboim, Martha Argerich – Berlin Philharmonie
h J R

- March 18, 2016

Yes I do! I do! Btw, does anyone use the 3D printing in piano manufacturing? Do you want to print your own violin?
h J R

Latest News

November 25th, 2016

Concert broadcast on WDR 3

On the 19th of December between 20:00 und 22:00 (UTC+01:00) WDR 3 will be broadcasting a concert given by Mark Taratushkin at the Langenberg Music Festival. The program will include suite “Le Tombeau de Couperin” by Maurice Ravel and three pieces from “Goyescas” by Enrique Granados. From the 20th of December the recordings will be […]

September 10th, 2016

China Concert tour in summer 2017

A big concert tour is planned for Summer 2017 in China. The exact programm and dates of the concerts will be announced on the website soon. Subscribe to Marks’ newsletter for further updates and details.

September 5th, 2016

Mark Taratushkin receives “Ad Infinitum Foundation” Scholarship

Mark Taratushkin is one of the eight Students of The University of Arts Berlin to receive a scholarship from “Ad Infinitum” Foundation this year. The Foundation supports German Musical Academies distributing scholarships to young, highly talented and indigent students. More information available on

Latest videos

Béla Bartók - Three Etudes op. 18, Sz. 72 - Mark Taratushkin

Joseph Haydn - Sonata Nr.47, h-moll, Hob.XVI:32 - Mark Taratushkin

Béla Bartók "Out of Doors" Sz. 81 (1926) - Mark Taratushkin

Piano lessons in Berlin

Educated at the Moscow Conservatory, Ecole Normal de Musique de Paris and The University of Arts in Berlin, Mark Taratushkin is passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience. He works with professional pianists, students preparing for entrance examinations and auditions as well as with kids and music lovers of any age. Mark is teaching in Russian, German and English. Further information about the lessons is available upon request.