Ms. Tatiana Kostour, Moscow born, is a violinist from The Ukraine. In 1991 she graduated from Kiev Conservatory of Music and in 1993 immigrated to Canada. Besides performance, studying pedagogy, method of teaching and practical teaching courses under supervisions of very fine Ukrainian teachers, Tatiana always stood out with the highest marks in performance and teaching. Many years of polishing her teaching techniques brought to Ms. Kostour very successful results. Number of Tatiana’s students received Gold and Silver medals from The Royal Conservatory of Music and first places from The National Canadian Music Competitions. In addition to these awards her students received scholarships from Regional and Provincial Kiwanis Music Festivals in Ontario, Youth Symphony orchestras.
Her love of music and warm personality, in addition to her unique interpretations of music and attention to detailed work on the techniques of violin playing is reflected through high quality performances of her students. In 1999 she received her three year “Diploma in Performance” from Wilfred Laurier University before moving to Victoria in 2011 Tatiana performed with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Brantford Symphony, London Symphony, Thunder Bay Symphony, Niagara Symphony, Kiev National Radio and Television Symphony and many chamber performances. In 2007 she produced a series of six CD’s under the title “Royal Sequence” for violin students preparing for violin exams. Tatiana is accepting students for violin lessons from four years old and above, and all levels.