Tatiana Kurenchakova is a classical guitar player, the repeated winner and nominee of the international music competitions. With honours graduated Tatiana The Moscow Stage University of Culture and Arts (guitar classes from Artyom Dervoed), Certificate program of WWU (guitar classes from Marcin Dylla). Tatiana completed a course at the Italia summer musical academy „Chigiana“ (guitar classes from Oscar Ghiglia) and participated in the master classes sought-after guitar players. Tatiana was awarded the ‘Hope of Kuzbass’ medal, and the Governor’s Prize for Cultural and Artistic Achievement.


The debut CD “Enshreined in Music” (“Artservis LTD”) received rave reviews from italic Magazines “Sei corde” and “Guitart”. Tatiana participated in Boston Guitarfestival, USA, got an invitation for a Recording at Steiner Studio in New York, USA and Video recordings on the 19th centuries guitars by Antonio de Torres, Rene Lacote, Genaio Battista Fabricatore, Italy. Tatiana was playing the authentic XIX century guitars crafted by Antonio de Torres (1864) and ‘Martin’ company (1885). Besides, she is one of those aspiring people who worked out the idea and scenario of the concert devoted to the ‘Century that shaped the guitar’. Tatiana was honoured to perform together with Artyom Dervoed at Rakhmaninov Hall of Moscow Conservatory.


Tour map of the guitar players: Boston, Moscow, Berlin, Essen, Saint-Petersburg, Novokuznetzk and ect. Since 2016. In addition, since 2016 she has been leading her own educational project “The Classical Guitar: Music and History” – Within the framework of this project, concerts-lectures and video reports from museums of music were organized (Barcelona, Saint-Petersburg, Milan). Tatiana gave workshops at the Brooklyn Conservatoire, music college at A. Skryabin (Elektrostal, Russia), music school in Moscow, Kemerovo (Russia), regularly participates in musicological conferences. Tatiana worked as a teacher in Russia at the music school and at the music college.



“Plucking the guitar strings happily, devotedly and contentedly evoked an idea of evening music mood. The audience thanked the musician for her concert with great applause!”

Peter Nocon, newspaper “Borbecker Nachrichten” №37/12, September 2013. Article by P. Nokon “Gracile sounds at the first concert in Germany. Big applause for Tatiana Kurenchakova”, Germany


“I know from the beginning that we are aware that we are in front of a performer with a solid and powerful technique, supporting a targeted musical sensibility.”,

Ermanno Brignolo. Italian magazine “Seicorde” №121 from April-June 2017, page 31


“Your way of playing is very delicate, very sensitive. For sure, you have a great artistic talent”,

Eric Penicaud, French composer.


“You are an amazing musician!”,

Zurab Sotkilava, people’s Artist of the USSR.