Tatyana Loskutova was born into a family of professional musicians. She began her musical education at the age of five with her father who was a multifaceted performer, educator, and composer. Tatyana's passion for music was nurtured by an entire family tradition of musical performers. At the age of 16, she was the winner of the region festival program "New Names". In 1994, she graduated (with honors) from the Rachmaninov College of Music, and went on to obtain her degree from the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. In the State Conservatory Ms. Tatyana studied with world renowned professors Galina Fedorova (piano solo), and Elena Shafran (chamber ensemble). Tatyana was an active participant in "Holland Music Sessions" in 2000 with Lazar Berman (Italy) and Karl-Heinz Kammerling (Germany). She is an active chamber musician in music recitals in the U.S.A., Russia, and Holland. Tatyana is a member of the Music Teachers Association of California, and through her membership in this organization, her students may participate in recitals, competitions, concerts and master classes. Tatyana also studied Art Management at the St Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy. Over a period of many years she served as an arts administrator at the Vaganova Ballet Academy, Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersbug State Conservatory, and State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. During this time she initiated and managed several cultural projects.
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