Tatiana Chernyshova started her musical education in Moscow Gnessin’s Special Music School at the age of six. In 2010 Tatiana went on to continue her studies at the Royal Northern College of Music with Karine Georgian and obtained a Master’s Degree from the Royal Academy of Music under the guidance of Professor Felix Schmidt in 2014.
Tatiana has performed extensively throughout Europe, the UK and Russia as both a soloist and chamber musician. As a member of Southbank Sinfonia 2015 Tatiana has performed in the Royal Albert Hall, Barbican, Cadogan Hall, Hong Kong City Hall. As a chamber musician she represented the orchestra at the Anghiari Festival in Italy and performed at the Front Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall. Her orchestral experience includes side-by-side projects with the Royal Opera House Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra, Academy of St Martin in the Fields; collaborating with conductors such as Antonio Pappano, Vladimir Ashkenazy, John Wilson.
Tatiana is a passionate music teacher. Since 2016 she has been providing instrumental chamber music coaching across a selection of age groups (5-18) at Pro Corda Music Courses at Leiston Abbey as their Leverhulme Fellow. As a member of Stella string quartet Tatiana has been a Wigmore Hall Learning Fellow at the Royal Academy of Music where she presented various educational and outreach programmes including performances and workshops at the Wigmore Hall for children of different ages.
She has been involved in various workshops with teenage composers alongside musicians from BCMG group, Spitalfields Music, In Harmony educational orchestral projects with children, ‘KX Collective!’ educational project with musicians from London Sinfonietta, running workshops at ESOL centre, with adults with language difficulties and disadvantaged backgrounds, string quartet introductory workshops in schools for various London’s Music Services