Music expresses that which cannot be saidVictor Hugo
and on which it is impossible to be silent.
Tatiana Malguina is a Russian-born pianist, graduated from Saratov Conservatory "L. V. Sobinov" and from Conservatory "Stanislao Giacomantonio".
She studied with G. Bolkovitinova, L. Kantorovsky and N. Benditzky and has given solo and camera recitals in Italy, Switzerland, Russian Federation, Portugal, France and Turkey, always getting flattering success of public and critics.
She taught at Rizayn High School Musical (Russian Federation), at Ponta Delgada, Coimbra, Figueira da Foz and Aveiro Conservatories (Portugal).
Particularly important and satisfactory in her career, was the series of concerts - lectures, which she gave as a soloist, with the collaboration of Dr. Alexandra Perpétuo, dedicated to the great composer and harpsichordist Portuguese Carlos Seixas, a contemporary and friend of Domenico Scarlatti, which culminated in a gala concert in the birthplace of the composer, Coimbra. On that occasion the authorities of Coimbra awarded Tatiana Malguina with a commemorative medal.
She forms with the pianist Rodolfo Rubino a piano duet very appreciated and plays regularly with the cellist Valeria Carnicelli.
She actively collaborated with the violinist Natalia Zilkina, the flautists Sandra Giura Longo and the baritone Igor Perfiliev too. With the Ukrainian violinist Grigory Spektor perfomed all the Sonatas of João Domingos Bomtempo, the great old Portugues composer and some of the most interesting works of Brasilian composer, Hector Villa-Lobos, in world premier.
Many her students won the first prizes in national and international piano competition and she also is invited to be part of the jury of many national and international competitions.
She wrote a book for young pianists, DoReMio, published by The Writer.
Recentely she did a revision of the "Canto gemello", a composition by Vincenzo Palermo for piano four hands, for the Preludio Musica.
Many his students won the first prizes in national and international piano competition. He is regularly invited to be part of the jury of many national and international competitions.