Tatyana Lazareva was born in Moscow, 1977, in a family of musicians.
Her father is a well-known conductor Alexander Lazarev, her mother Tamara
Lazareva is a pianist. From early years Tatyana began showing interest in
music. When she turned four she began taking piano classes with a
distinguished teacher and pianist Anna Artobolevskaya. From 1983 she
continued her musical education at The Central Special Music School by The
Moscow State Conservatory named after Pyotr Ilyich Tchaykovsky, where she
was teached by a renowned teacher Nina Makarova.
Tatyana began her concert activity when she was 11 years old,
performing as soloist with various symphony orchestras, as well as giving
recitals in Russia and abroad. She toured in England with Bolshoi Symphony,
in Scotland with RSNO, in New Zealand with NZSO, as well as in Germany,
Denmark, Iceland, Austria, France, Italy, Sultanate of Oman, Arabian
Emirates, Japan, in Moscow and all over Russia. Tatyana performed in major
concert halls, such as Rachmaninov’s, Small and Big halls of Moscow
Conservatory, The Bolshoi Theatre, Suntory-Hall (Japan), Birmingham
Symphony Hall, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Tivoli Garden (Copenhagen) and
From 1994 Tatyana is a grant-aided student and a laureate of The
International Charity Program “New Names”, which she represented in many Russian cities (Kaliningrad, Samara and others), as well as in
France (UNESCO) and The Great Hall of Moscow State Conservatory.
In 1995 she entered into The State Moscow Conservatory to the class of professor Sergey Dorensky, which she graduated from with a gold medal
in June 2000.
In December 1997 won The VI-th Porrino International Piano Competition in
Italy and gave her debut performance in Saint-Petersburg Philarmonia. Her repertoire includes 10 concerts for piano and orchestra, music of
Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, Brahms, Beethoven, Medtner,
Rachmaninov, Ravel, Prokofiev, Roslavets, Schnitke, Schostakovich, lots of chamber and vocal
Nowdays Tatyana is a post-graduated student of The State Moscow
Conservatory (class of professor Sergey Dorensky), she has her own class
at The Central Special Music School for gifted children by The State