Latvian born pianist, Tatiana Balazs was praised by critics for her solo and orchestra appearances in the United States, Germany, Japan, Spain, France, Italy, Latvia, Hungary, and Russia.

She has performed with the Fort Worth Chamber Orchestra, the Tatiana at age 4, playing the piano and singing.Garland symphony, the Hungarian National Symphony, the Vancouver Symphony, the Latvian National Symphony, the Karelian National symphony, Springfield Symphony, Irving Symphony. Garland Symphony. Las Colinas Symphony and Orchester des Nordharzer Stadtebundtheaters (Germany).

came to the United States as winner of the Lili Kraus performance scholarship at Texas Christian University.  She has participated in a number of competitions, including the Joanna Hodges International Competition, Walter Naumberg International Competition, the Louise McMahon International Music Competition, AMSA Competition, Crown Princess Sonja International Competition, Latvian National Competition, and the Tchaikovsky Regional Competition.

She has taught numerous Masters program classes throughout the U.S. and Europe, including Indiana University, University of Texas, International Music Course in Spain, Long Beach University, Texas Wesleyan University, the Franz Liszt Academy, and the National conservatory of Music.

Her recordings include a unique unedited CD of Chopin 24 etudes, "Favorites"-works of Chopin, Liszt, Ravel, and most recent recording-" A Little Something for Everybody"-CD showing a great versatility of the artist performing a wide variety of music- classical, jazz, pop, country, gospel,boogie and Broadway.

She performed "Tatiana Show" as a headliner in Jimmy Osmond's Theatre. (Branson, MO)

Tatiana holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the National Conservatory of Music, Moscow, and a Masters of Performance Degree, from the National Conservatory of Music, Riga Latvia, graduating first in her class of over 120 students.

Tatiana Balazs is a Steinway Artist.

Tatiana is also a film and television actress represented by one of the major North Texas agencies.