Tatiana Chernysheva was born in St. Petersburg. From the age of 7, she began learning piano in the class of professor L.V.Nebesnova at the music school in Leningrad where her teacher discovered in her a tremendous ability and love for singing. Four years later, after having finished school with great distinction as a pianist, Tatiana dedicated her life to singing. She joined the Music Conservatory of Rimsky-Korsakov in St.Petersburg, and attended the class of Professor Georgy Seleznev.
Her unique mezzo-soprano/contralto voice earned the key roles in exciting productions.In 2002 Tatiana made her debut with in the role of Cherubino in the opera “Le Nozze di Figaro” at the opera-theatre of the Conservatory of Rimsky-Korsakov. Since 2003 Tatiana has given singing lessons and has formed a first steps in music group (l’éveil musicale) for little children at her first music academy in Leningrad.
In September 2009 she performed a tour of concerts in Germany. After receiving her diploma of Master in Singing in St. Petersburg Tatiana decides to continue her studies in Belgium. She entered the Royal Conservatory of Brussels,initially in the class professor Marcel Vanaud,and then that of Dinah Bryant.During this time, she interpreted the role of the brother of ” Petit Pouce” in the fairy-opera of Louis Aubert «La foret bleue» at the Royal Opera of Wallonie.
She also participated in the project “Laborintus of Luciano Berio”,and had the opportunity to sings Russian folk songs arranged by Balakirev with the simphonique orcestra of Conservatory.
In 2010-2011, she participated in the charity concerts “Voyage au coeur de la Russie” and “Voyage à l’Epoque du Romantisme”, which aimed to support orphan children in Russia and Ukraine. Tatiana continues to run her pedagogic practice at Rimsky-Korsakov Academy where she gives lessons in vocal techniques, solfege, first steps in music and musical theatre. Her class is always full because children are moved by her positive energy, warm nature and desire to share her joy and love for music.
Tatiana is a founding member of Russian Music School of Rimsky-Korsakov.