Born in Novosibirsk, Tatiana Chernichka won first prize at the Göttingen International Chopin Competition at the age of ten. Two years later, she gave her first solo recital and made her debut with the Novosibirsk Symphony Orchestra.
Laureate of many competitions, Chernichka was awarded 3rd prize in both the 58th Ferruccio Busoni, and the 60th Maria Canals International Piano Competitions. In 2013, she was a finalist in the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels. As a laureate at the Busoni competition, she had the opportunity to take part in master classes with Alfred Brendel. Since then, she has given concerts both in Germany and abroad, with engagements in Europe and Russia. She has made guest appearances at festivals such as Armonie sotto la Rocca in Italy, Musical Kremlin in Moscow and the Ruhr Piano Festival in Essen, and has participated at the Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes in Israel.
Tatiana Chernichka trained at the music school of the M.I. Glinka State Conservatory for gifted children in her home city under Professor Mary Lebenson. Moving to Munich in 2003, she studied with Professor Eliso Virsaladze. In 2011, she gained her master’s degree with distinction under Professor Klaus Kaufmann at Salzburg’s Mozarteum.
Tatiana Chernichka holds a scholarship from the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now foundation in Munich. Since 2009, she has a teaching assignment for accompaniment at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich since 2009.