Tatiana Daubek holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of North Texas and a Master of Music from Boston University. Currently, she is working on her second Masters degree at the Juilliard School in Historical Performance in which she was awarded a full scholarship to study under the direction of Monica Huggett. Her principal teachers and inspirations have come from Julia Bushkova, Cynthia Roberts, Dana Mazurkevich, Elizabeth Blumenstock and Monica Huggett. Ms. Daubek is currently pursuing a career as a Baroque violinist because she feels there is an endless amount of variety and color within the style and an endless choice of tools to use when performing.
As a free-lance artist, Ms. Daubek plays with various period ensembles throughout the country including Boston Baroque, the Handel and Haydn Society, New Trinity Baroque, Les Bostonades, and L'Academie. A founding member, Ms. Daubek also plays with Cambridge Concentus, an upcoming period ensemble having recently finished their first international tour in Japan of Bach's "St. Matthew Passion", under the direction of Joshua Rifkin. In her spare time, Tatiana enjoys photography and dancing Argentine Tango.
Tatiana Daubek, baroque violin, comes from Pound Ridge, New York. She holds degrees from the University of North Texas and Boston University, where she studied both modern and baroque violin. Tatiana's principal teachers and mentors have included Julia Bushkova, Cynthia Roberts, Dana Mazurkevich, and Elizabeth Blumenstock.
This past summer, Tatiana was awarded a full scholarship to participate in Jeune Orchestre Atlantique in Saintes, France, where she worked with renowned conductors, Philippe Herreweghe and Bernarde Labadie.
As a free-lance artist, beside New Trinity Baroque, Tatiana plays with various period ensembles throughout the country including Boston Baroque, Concert Royal, the Orchestra of New Spain, Musica Maris, La Riche and Co., L'Academie, and is currently working on promoting Cambridge Concentus, an upcoming period ensemble comprised of instrumentalists and singers based in the Boston area.
(Tatiana Daubek joine New Trinity Baroque for the first time in November of 2008, in the program entitled "Baroque in Germany.")