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Tatiana Kolchanova is a core regular player with Portland Opera as well as a substitute with the Oregon Symphony.  She was Assistant Concertmaster of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra for 6 seasons.  Tatiana graduated Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and continued post-graduate where she finished her Ph.D.  She is Laureate of the Russian Radio's Competition and worked as a violinist for the Central Russian Radio and TV Orchestra for 8 years as well as First Violin for the Glinka State (Russia) Quartet for 10 years (1996-2006). Tatiana toured throughout the World including performances at Carnegie Hall under Zubin Mehta and cooperative performances with Jessy Norman in France, Italy, Lebanon and Germany.  She was an adjudicator for an International Competition in Athens in 2001.   She is a Founder and Director of Music&Arts Academy/llc where she teaches violin, viola and piano in Camas, WA.  Tatiana's studio link is:  She participates in Festivals and Chamber programs and plays with MTDuo and DTQuartet. 

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