Elevated in Riga, Latvia, harpsichordist Tatjana Vorobjova started her music research being a pianist, but a desire for early music affected her decision to consider in the harpsichord, which she researched in Oslo and Cologne. Her primary teachers had been Ketil Haugsand and Hermann Stinders, and she received her master’s level in the Royal Conservatory in Brussels. She’s performed with many orchestras and chamber ensembles, like the Sinfonietta Köln, the Neues Rheinisches Chamber Orchestra, and Consortium Musica Sacra Köln, so that as the continuo participant in Le Parnasse Musical. During the period of her profession, she has performed in Germany, Belgium, Britain, France, Italy, and Switzerland. Vorobjova can be a freelance musician, located in Cologne, and she’s performed in the Cologne Music Night time and the Event of Early Music. Her Cembalo Cantabile recording premiered in 2015 for the Amati label.