Tatiana Stupak started learning the piano at age five, studying at the Special School of the Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory in St. Petersburg, and after that, for a further five years, continuing at the Conservatory itself. The winner of international music competitions including the Leipzig Bach competition. She has performed in Austria and Germany as well as in Russia.
Tatiana is now based in Cyprus, where she is well known, having played many times in the last few years, in Larnaca, Limassol, Monagri, Nicosia, Paphos, and at Kourion Ancient Amphitheatre, both as a solo pianist and accompanying other musicians. Since 2015, she has played the piano at more than 60 events. Since 2018, she has played piano solos at The Big Choir Project concerts.
She arranges charity concerts for children and for the church, and brings famous musicians from Russia, for example from the Bolshoi Theatre.
She opened the Tatiana Stupak School of Music in 2018, for piano and other instruments, and for teaching music subjects; the teachers are prize-winning professionals. Students can enter for examinations set by the Royal Schools of Music and by Trinity College. They are also invited to take part in public concerts, to gain experience in performing before audiences.
In 2018, Tatiana won awards on being chosen in competition, as Russian Cultural Woman of the Year in Cyprus.
She has been interviewed many times on Cyprus radio stations. She has also appeared a few times on Cyprus television channels, most recently being interviewed on the subject of children and music; previously she appeared live on TV ONE's charity show, DanSing for You.
In the summer of 2019, having organised fund-raising concerts on several occasions for the Institute of Neurology and Genetics, she was invited to play piano solos at a concert at the Presidential Palace, where President Anastasiades presented her with an award on behalf of the Institute.
In July 2019, Tatiana joined a small group of mountaineers, although she had had no previous experience of mountaineering. The expedition was to attemp to climb Europe's highest peak, Mt. Elbrus (5,642 metres), in the Caucasus mountain range. She decided to take an electronic keyboard to be played at the top of Mt. Elbrus. The party succeeded in reaching the summit on 26th July, after failing because of dangerous weather conditions in an earlier attempt.