Tatiana Daubek holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of North Texas, a Master of Music from Boston University, and most recently a Master of Music in Historical Performance from The Juilliard School, where she was awarded a full scholarship to study under the direction of the distinguished faculty members Monica Huggett and Cynthia Roberts. Ms. Daubek is currently pursuing a career as a baroque violinist because she feels there is an endless amount of variety and color within the style and choice of tools to use when performing. As a freelance artist, Ms. Daubek plays with numerous period ensembles throughout the country and abroad, including Boston Baroque, Cambridge Concentus, Handel & Haydn Society, Musica Angelica, New Trinity Baroque, New York Baroque Inc., and so on. Ms. Daubek took part in Musica Angelica’s tour to South America with multiple performances of The Infernal Comedy starring John Malkovich. Ms. Daubek is involved with the Festival Jarmily Novotne, a festival commemorating the life of star soprano Jarmila Novotná in the Czech Republic, and gave several inaugural performances last September in Liten, Czech Republic. Aside from music, Tatiana is also a photographer specializing in portraiture.