Having a passion for travel, Tair has worked in many different countries, exploring the diversity of the world’s cultures and the performing arts inherent in every place he visited. Before settling in Melbourne in 2019, he graduated from the Moscow Conservatory, where he studied with Prof. Eduard Grach (violin), Prof. Andrey Shishlov (string quartet), Prof. Alexander Rudin and Prof. Alexander Bonduriansky (chamber ensemble). Tair has performed with the Russian State Symphony Orchestra, the Hyogo Performing Arts Center Orchestra in Japan, and tried the rhythm of orchestras of England and Finland, as well as taking part in numerous festivals and competitions, both as a soloist and chamber musician.
A special place in Tair’s heart belongs to chamber music. In 2010 he helped found a piano quintet, which under his leadership performed in Russia and Europe for six years.
For the relatively short period of time spent in Australia since his arrival, Tair has already been deeply integrated into the cultural life of Melbourne and other Australian cities, including as Assistant Concertmaster at the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and actively taking part in various music festivals and projects outside the MSO.