… is Professor of solo and ensemble accompaniment at the FHNW Academy of Music in Basel. She was also Professor of accompaniment, Lied interpretation and chamber music at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Lucerne, and at the University of Arts in Bern, Switzerland.
Tatiana is regularly giving Chamber Music and Lied Interpretation Masterclasses in Germany, France, Russia, Georgia and Ukraine.
In 2000 she won the First Prize at the International Competition “Franz Schubert and the music of the modern age” in Graz – Austria and she also emerged the winner of the Thessaloniki International Chamber Music Competition in Greece.
Tatiana was nominated for the German Record Critics’ Award and received the ECHO KLASSIK Prize in 2015. She also made CD recordings of the works of Sergei Rachmaninoff (SONY, 2009), Luise Adolpha Le Beau (MDG, 2014), the first recording of piano trios of Eduard Napravnik (MDG, 2017), Franz Schubert and Swiss Composers “Heimat” with Swiss Soprano Regula Mühlemann (SONY, 2019).
Tatiana Korsunskaya studied at the Tschaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, at the Academy of Music in Basel as well as at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
Besides her pedagogic activities, she is active as chamber musician and accompanist, also participated in many festivals and performed in famous concert halls across Europe.