Tatjana Reuter was born in Germany, but grew up in the Netherlands, coming from a South African/German background.
Her violin and orchestral studies started at the age of six, playing in various youth ensembles in Holland, and later also in Australia when her family moved to Melbourne for the following six years. She studied at the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School in Melbourne, and was a member of both the Melbourne Youth Orchestra and Australian Youth Orchestra during her time in Australia.
In 2012, the family relocated back to Europe, and Tatjana commenced her studies at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, Finland. She obtained her Bachelor in 2015 studying with Päivyt Meller. During these years, she has been invited to perform at a number of chamber music festivals including Encuentro de Música y Academia de Santander in Spain, Summit Music Festival and Nyack Music Festival, both in New York, and Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Finland. She has also had the opportunity to perform in several Masterclasses for among others Mikhail Kopelman and Zakhar Bron, and has attended Kronberg Academy’s Masterclasses studying with Mauricio Fuks and later Mihaela Martin.
Through the European Union Youth Orchestra, where she has been a member since 2018, and the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, Tatjana has had the chance to perform in some of the world’s finest concert halls, including het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Konzerthaus Berlin, Romanian Athenaeum and BBC Proms.
Since 2017, Tatjana has been studying Master of Violin Performance in Dresden, Germany with Prof Ralf-Carsten Brömsel, and has also been working at Die Theater Chemnitz. From March 2019 she will start as a member of the Kurt Masur Orchestra Academy with the Dresden Philharmonie.