About Tatiana Voitovitch
|Programs Taught:||Private Piano Lessons , Enriched Piano Lessons|
|Levels Taught:||Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced|
|Home or Studio||Studio|
Academy of Music (Belarus) and an Artist Diploma Solo from the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory of Music (Canada). She is currently working towards her PhD degree at York University (Toronto, Canada) specializing in piano performance and music cognition.
Ms Voitovitch has earned the First Prize at the Artist International Piano. Competition (Toronto, 2000) and the Third Prize at the Cergy-Pontoise International Piano Competition (France, 1998), and has been featured on various radio and CD recordings in Poland and Belarus.
Touring extensively throughout Europe, including performances in Poland, Germany, Austria, Portugal and France, Ms Voitovitch continues to perform in Canada at various venues in the Toronto area as a soloist, collaborative pianist and an accompanist.
Ms Voitovitch has participated in Master Classes with Tatiana Nikolayeva and Elena Richter (Moscow), Eleonora Bresgen (Salzburg), Leon Fleisher, Andre Laplante, John Perry, Robert MacDonald, Gilbert Kalish and Marc Durand (Toronto) and her latest stage appearances include The Living Arts Centre (Mississauga), The Toronto Centre for the Arts with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra, and The Tribute Communities Recital Hall at York University (Toronto).
As a Faculty member at the Merriam School of Music, and a teacher with 25 years of experience, Ms Voitovitch brings up young talents, some of whom have auditioned for and pursued their studies at Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo), Berklee College of Music (Boston) and the Juilliard School (New York). Ms Voitovitch has taught private piano at Wilfrid Laurier University and continues to mentor students at York University as part of her PhD program assistantship.
Tatiana Voitovitch participates in international music- and neuropsychology-related conferences in Canada and the US; as a member of CMFAA remains an active festival adjudicator; and as a member/examiner of the Royal Conservatory of Music College of Examiners travels across Canada and the US assessing candidates in piano disciplines.
|Designations:||Artist Diploma Solo from the Glenn Gould School
|School/ College/ University:||Royal Conservatory of Music (Canada)
Academy of Music (Belarus)
|Awards:||First Prize at the Artist International Piano
Third Prize at the Cergy-Pontoise International Piano Competition