Guitarist and lutenist Tatiana Senderowicz is a solo and chamber musician who has performed a wide variety of repertoire. She is a winner of the American String Teacher’s Association (ASTA) San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Competition and was the only contestant from the United States to have been selected as a semi-finalist to participate in the 2011 Barrios WorldWideWeb Competition.
In Spring of 2013 Tatiana was chosen to perform at the Guitarrada, an event hosted by Pepe Romero and the San Francisco Conservatory’s Guitar Department where she had the opportunity to perform on a Hauser I guitar from the John Harris Guitar Collection.
Senderowicz enjoys performing in diverse ensemble settings. She recently joined the Pacific Guitar Ensemble, a plucked-string ensemble with esteemed members David Tanenbaum, Peppino D’Agostino, Marc Teicholz, Larry Ferrara, and Tony Kakamakov.
Tatiana was a member of the San Francisco Conservatory’s Baroque Ensemble where she played theorbo and baroque guitar in productions of Handel’s Alcina and Serse and in various other chamber projects under the direction of Corey Jamason and Elisabeth Reed.
Tatiana has participated in masterclasses with David Russell, Nigel North, Odair Assad, Wieland Kuijken, and SoloDuo. Senderowicz studied with Larry Ferrara and David Tanenbaum at the San Francisco Conservatory where she earned both her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees with a Secondary Emphasis on Historical Plucked Strings.