Tatiana is a Cuban musician who graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Piano and Accompanist Piano Player from Las Tunas Provincial school.
Tatiana’s teaching experience is vast as she worked at many different institutions. In 2010, she was teaching piano and accompanying the violin section for students entering
exams at the Guantanamo vocational school of arts. Additional experience was gained in 2011 when she was in charge of training students from the chorus department, specifically in choral Lyrical arrangements and piano playing, for the Theater of Guantanamo.
For the next 3 years, she was teaching students from the provincial Music & Arts School in Bayamo, Granma. Her performances also continued throughout her musical career
where she is a member of a four-handed duet performing at several venues. Also being a member of the Chamber Music Orchestra and Symphonic orchestra conducted by Maestro Javier Millet.
She was also part of several studio recordings and in 2005, took part in a recording called ‘Siboney’ for the Choral provincial group of Santiago, Cuba. She was part of the 500th anniversary Tribute of the Bayamo city performance in 2014. A lot of experience
was also gained from being a member of the choral group of the Guantanamo Arts School. In 2009 she was the piano accompanist in the first provincial Violin contest ‘Brindis De Salas’ in addition to performing in tributes for popular musicians such as Jesus Ortega (Guitar), Elvira Skourtis (Guitar), Axel Rodriguez (Flute).
She also worked with international musicians from the Symphonic Orchestra of Venezuela at the Las Tunas province. In 2010 she performed at the Baroque Piano Seminar in Havana. From 2012-2014 she performed at several concerts for the symphonic orchestra where in 2016 she was invited to perform with the outstanding trombone player ‘Roger Merino’ at the spring concert.
Tatiana has been a piano and keyboard teacher in Oman since 2017 where she follows Trinity College London, London College of Music and ABRSM exam boards with successful results from all of her students.