Tatiana Stupak started learning the piano at age five, studying at the Special School of the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory in St. Petersburg, and after that, for a further five years, continuing at the Conservatory itself. She qualified as a soloist, an accompanist and as a music teacher. She speaks Russian, Greek and English. In 2020 she began further studies at the Moscow Conservatory.
Tatiana has been based in Cyprus since 2007, where she is very well known, having played piano and organ at more than a hundred events in the last six years, both as a soloist, and accompanying other musicians. The majority of the events she has organized herself, and many of them have been for charitable causes.
She is the winner of international piano and organ competitions. In 2018, she won awards for being chosen in a competition, as Russian Cultural Woman of the Year in Cyprus. And in 2020, she won a diploma in music as one of the '20 successful people of the Republic of Cyprus'. The Cyprus Russian Business Association presented her with an award as Best Business Inspirational Woman of the Year 2021. She has won many other awards for charitable work.
In the summer of 2019, having organized fund-raising concerts on several occasions for the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics, she was invited to play piano solos at a concert at the Presidential Palace, where President Anastasiades, presented her with an award on behalf of the Institute.
She founded the first Russian music school in Cyprus, the "Tatiana Stupak School of Music" in 2018, where students can enter for examinations of the Royal Schools of Music and Trinity College, London. Students may also take part in public concerts, to gain experience in performing before audiences.
She likes to combine music with her hobby, mountaineering, and it is thought that she was the first person to play a keyboard on the summit of Europe's highest peak, Mt. Elbrus, and the first to play the Russian gusli at the top of Africa's highest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, and also in 2022, at the top of Mt. Damavand in Iran. In January 2023, she set a new Guinness World Record, for performing the highest concert on earth at a height of 6701 metres, on Mt. Aconcagua in Argentina.
In 2021, she was invited to visit the Steinway factory in Germany, and in July 2023 she recorded at Steinway Hall in London on the Steinway Artists' piano, Chopin's Ballade No.1, which is now on her personal YouTube channel. In July 2023 she played at a Members' Matinée concert of the Chopin Society UK at Petersham Lodge, near Richmond in Surrey in the U.K, the home of HSH Princess Josephine Loewenstein.
Tatiana maintains two YouTube channels, and the second one is for her school of music. You can read more about her, on her website, which is at tatianastupak.com. In September 2021 she released her first CD of piano recordings on her own record label, stupakrecords.com.