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   Born in Belgrade , Tatjana began studying the piano at the age of five and just at the age of sixteen she graduated at the " S. Mokranjac " Music Conservatory in Belgrade. In the same year, the youngest to enroll, she started attending the University of Musical Arts, where she obtained her degree at twenty years old with Professor Suica Babjc.

At the same University she obtained her two-year specialization diploma post-lauream, which is considered the highest academic title.
Throughout her studies Tatjana received several awards in her country. Among these she won first prize in national contests for three years in a row, the award for best student of the year 1984, the award for best interpretation, the prize for the Olga Mihajlovic Foundation, and many more.

At eighteen Tatjana began in her country an intense concert activity in the most important festivals and recitals in the most important venues such as Belgrade, Nis, Novi Sad, Kragujevac, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Ljubljana, Cattaro, Skoplje.
There, she performed both as a soloist with the most prestigious orchestras, like the Philarmonic orchestra of Belgrade, The orchestra of the Television-Radio of Skoplje, the Symphonic orchestra of Nis, just to name a few, and in collaboration with important conductors, such as Zivojin Zdravkovic, Fimco Muratovski, Janez Grah, Dejan Savic, Pavle Medakovic, Joze Frait.
She recorded numerous times for the radio and television channels in Jugoslavia and recorded for several recording companies of her country, such as PGP and RTB. She recorded in Italy for Rai-Radio three, the Vatican Radio. In Germany, she recorded for Bayerischer Rundfunk München and she recroded in Latin America for Radio Nacional (Cile).
Tatjana also recorded in Spain, Portugal, Hungary and many more countries.

In Italy, Tatjana graduated summa cum laude at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. She continued her studies of High Specialization at the Ecole Normale " Alfred Cortot " de Paris, where, in 1991, she obtained the 5th level diploma, ranking among the first four among the large number of participants.
She won several prizes in Italy, among which it is worth remembering first prize in international contests in Udine in 1985, Macugnaga in 1988, as well as first prizes in national contests in Rome in 1987, in Velletri in the same year, and then again in Rome in 1989.

She has been involved in Italy in an intense concert activity for many years as a soloist and in several chamber orchestras in very important venues in cities such as Milan, Turin, Trieste, Udine, Venice, Florence, Perugia, Rome, Pescara, L'Aquila, Foggia, Bari, Taranto, Catanzaro, Reggio Calabria, Messina, Catania, Agrigento, etc, and abroad (France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Romania, Poland, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Egypt, United States of America, Latin America) in cities such as Paris, Madrid, Malaga, Barcelona, Valladolid, Rheinsberg, Munich, Berlin, Athens, Budapest, Lisboa, Porto, Cohimbra, Prague, Zurich, Geneva, Copenaghen, Stockholm, Bucarest, Warsaw, Cracow, Tunis, Atlanta (USA), Savannah (USA), New York, Baltimore.

She was part of juries in very important national and international piano and concert contests. She has been President of the association" AMADEUS " in Teramo, Italy for several years, through which she has been the curator of many cultural and educational initiatives. Among these, the establishment of the music academy which has been named after it is worth mentioning. This is an important landmark in the town's music scene.

Tatjana taught the piano in several music Conservatories. Among these, the " U. Giordano " Conservatory in Foggia, Italy from 2006 to 2015 is worth mentioning. She is currently a tenured piano teacher at the " G. Braga " Conservatory in Teramo, Italy. There, she is also the Principal.



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