Tatjana Blome won first prize at the Steinway competition at the age of twelve and gave her first full-length piano recital a year later. She studied with Josef-Matthias Blome, Renate Kretschmar-Fischer, Heidrun Holtmann, Aribert Reimann and Gerhard Oppitz, and as a student also devoted her time to German literature and theology. She made her début in the Berlin Philharmonic concert hall in 1995 with Johannes Brahms’s First Piano Concerto. In addition to solo recordings for broadcasts she has recorded a series of chamber music works with the saxophonist Frank Lunte and several lieder cycles. In 2007 Deutsche Grammophon released her first solo recording. She is a regular member of Kammerensemble Classic der Deutschen Oper Berlin and has worked closely with such renowned artists as Gerd Albrecht, Jürgen Bruns, Claudia Barainsky and George Tabori. Concert tours have taken her throughout Europe, and since 2006 she has enjoyed a close working relationship with the Kammersymphonie Berlin.