Tamar Lalo is an Israeli flautist. After developing an important career in Israel, playing as a soloist with numerous orchestras, such as the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Zubin Mehta, Tamar Lalo resides in Madrid where she develops her career as a performer of early music.

During the last years, Tamar has performed as a soloist and with groups such as La Ritirata, Euskal Barrokensemble, Música Ficta, Forma Antiqva, Ensemble Fontegarara with concerts all over Europe, Japan, Canada, China, Chile, Israel, Costa Rica, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia. Recently he has participated in festivals such as Universo Barroco del CNDM, Musika-Música de Bilbao (Folle Journée), Malta International Baroque Festival, Tage Alter Musik Regensburg, Deutschlandradio Kultur Berlin, Varaždin Baroque Evenings Croatia among others. He has performed in prestigious concert halls such as the National Theatre of Beijing, Auditorio Nacional de Musica de Madrid, Palacio Euskalduna de Bilbao and is a member of one of the groups chosen for the Grand Audition of REMA (European Early Music Network) in 2010.

He has recorded numerous CDs for the labels Glossa, Arsis, winter and winter, Cantus and Enchiriadis. His recordings have been critically acclaimed in the main European publications, receiving the label "Recommended CD Compact", the qualification of "Exceptional Disc of the Month" by the magazine Scherzo, "Melómano de Oro", as well as "4 étoiles" in Classica (France), and great reviews in Toccata and Fono Forum (Germany), Gramophone and BBC (UK), etc. Leading La Ritirata, he has received the Ojo Crítico 2013 Award from RNE, in the Classical Music category, granted for the first time in its history to an Early Music group. It has made recordings for RTVE, RNE, Deutschlandradio Kultur, Canal Sur, CNART TV, HRT (Croatia) in Mexico and for Radio USACH in Santiago de Chile. Finalist of the Van Wassenaer Competition, she has been awarded the Huyghens Scholarship Program. Graduated with honors from the Thellma-Yellin High School of Arts, she has been a recipient of a scholarship from the American-Israel Cultural Foundation (which supports young artists studying in Israel) from 2000 to 2006, receiving the title of Outstanding Musician from the Minister of Education and winning The Wind Competition of the Jerusalem Academy in the years 2003/4.

Tamar Lalo holds a Master's degree in Early Music and has studied at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya, Koninklijk Conservatorium in The Hague, Koninklijk Conservatorium in Brussels and the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Art. Among the teachers with whom she has studied are Pedro Memelsdorff, Daniel Bruggen, Bart Coen, Peter van Heyghen, Drora Bruck and Dorothea Winters.