Tamara Dudunia was born in Tbilisi on 9 March, 1992.
Her family had to move to Smolensk because of the Georgian-Abkhazian military actions in 1992.
Tamara showed interest in singing and dancing at a young age. In 2002 and 2003, she studied at Yuri Nikolaev School of Arts in Moscow, while the basics of choreography were mastered at Alla Dukhova School-Studio "Todes".
She finished “First Music School named after M.Glinka” in Smolensk, majoring in pop singing (2007), and studied pediatrics in the Smolensk State Medical University (2009–2015).
The young singer is a participant of TV and radio shows. She gives solo concerts. Her repertoire includes pop, rock, jazz, and ethnic music.
Tamara was awarded the Grand Prix of the Festival-Contest of Pop and Jazz Music "Step to Parnas" (Smolensk, Russia, 2005), took first places at the festival "Novovidenie" (Smolensk, 2008), the International Competition "Melodies of Friends" (Reggio Calabria, Italy, 2013), and was the third at the competition "Student Spring" (Vitebsk, Belarus, 2012).
She was a special guest of Teatro Siracusa Reggio Calabria (Italy, Reggio Calabria, 2014).
Participant of the "The Voice" show (2017) and finalist of the "Success" show (2017), she collaborates with the composers of Georgia and Russia.
Tamara recorded and released three audio albums, "Fly" (2012), "Sweet Memories" (in English, 2014), "13 friends of Tamriko Dudunia" with her duets with Georgian singers (2016).