Tatiana Samouil was born in St. Petersburg. She took up the violin at the age of six and made her solo debut with the orchestra three years later. Tatiana graduated from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Royal Conservatory
of Brussels and Madrid's Queen Sofía College of Music. Tatiana Samouil is a winner of world’s most prestigious competitions: Tchaikovsky, Queen Elizabeth, Jean Sibelius, Henry Vieuxtemps, Tenuto, as well as numerous prizes at the Michael Hill. She performed as soloist with many orchestras, Russian National Orchestra, St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, National Orchestra of Belgium, Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Toulouse Chamber Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa. Her numerous recordings for Sony, Cypres and Indesens received excellent reviews. She was a soloist at the final ceremony at The Olympic Games in Sochi in February 2014. Tatiana Samouil plays a 1714 Stradivarius, once owned by the legendary Fritz Kreisler.