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Tatiana Muzanova started her musical education in Moscow where she earned degree in piano performance at the Gnesin’s State Academy of Music. In 2010 she moved to United States of America to study with Prof. Alexander Kobrin at the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University, where she completed her Artist Diploma Certificate and earned Master in Piano Performance Degree.
Tatiana Muzanova is a prizewinner of several international competitions including the Liszt-Garrison Festival & Competition 2013 where she was awarded First Prize along with two best interpretation awards. She is active as a concert pianist, collaborative artist and chamber musician. Her performances include concerts in Russia and United States of America. In 2014 she was invited as a guest artist for the 50th Anniversary Festival and Conference of American Liszt Society in Harrisonburg, VA.
Tatiana Muzanova currently works at the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University as a piano professor and collaborative pianist.