A native of Belarus, Tatsiana Zelianko studied solo piano and chamber music at the State Academy of Music in Minsk until 2005. She worked for the Philharmony of Brest/Belarus and performed in numerous concerts in a piano – cello duo and with Brest Chamber Orchestra.
After moving to Luxembourg in 2008, she took up contemporary composition with Alex Mullenbach at the Conservatory of Luxembourg. At the same time, she studied musical analysis and counterpoint with Claude Lenners, another Luxembourg composer and founder of Noise Watchers Unlimited association. In 2013, she received an advanced degree in the composition class of Claude Lenners.
Nearly all her compositions were premiered at the Philharmonie or the Conservatory of Luxembourg. Most are devoted to chamber music, like “Paraphrase and Pavane” (2011) for soprano and accordion, sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg for the “Tribute to Franz Liszt”, or “Air of Confluence” ( 2013) composed for the new Rainy Days Music Festival.
In 2014, she attended the workshops of contemporary composition at the Academy Manifesto-2014 in Paris.
Recently, a new piece for tenor and piano on poetic words by Luxembourg poet Marcel Noppeney “garde ton coeur encore”, commissioned by the Center for Information and Documentation of women “Thers Bodé” has been performed in Luxembourg in a concert dedicated to Lou Koster.
Her first orchestral piece entitled “In itinere”, commissioned by the Luxembourg Philharmonie, was premiered by the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra in January 2015.
Since 2014, many of her compositions are published by Luxembourg Music Publishers.
Currently, along with her composers activities, Tatsiana Zelianko is dedicating herself to piano teaching, music theory and singing for children.