Tatiana Gerasimenok (1992) is a Belarusian composer based in Germany. Her works are experimental and focused on combining several art forms and the latest technologies into one inseparable.
Tatiana was born in Belarus. She studied musicology at the Mogilev Rimsky-Korsakov Music College and composition at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory with Yuri Kasparov.
Tatiana Gerasimenok has been selected composer for scholarship & residency at the Kunsthof Dahrenstedt (Germany, 2021), scholarship of the Kunststiftung Sachsen-Anhalt and Kloster Bergesche Stiftung (Germany, 2021), scholarship & residency at the Kulturstiftung Schloss Wiepersdorf (Germany, 2020), Künstlerhaus Salzwedel (Germany, 2020), Pyrenees-Mediterranean Creation Residence (Spain, 2020), Künstlerdorf Schöppingen (Germany, 2019). Her works were premiered at the MATA festival in New York (USA, 2019), Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik in Darmstadt (Germany, 2018). Tatiana Gerasimenok has been selected composer for Académie Voix Nouvelles in Royaumont (France, 2017), Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart (Germany, 2017), EBMF International Summer Academy for Young Composers in New York (USA, 2017), Fifth and Sixth International Young Composers Academy in Tchaikovsky (Russia, 2016).
Tatiana Gerasimenok is a winner and commissioned composer for creating a piece for Roberto Alonso Trillo (Spain, 2021), Music Theater performance “DARK WEB” in ZiMMT/Leipzig (Germany, 2021), Gotik-Treffe festival in Leipzig (Germany, 2021), Morphosis Ensemble (Barcelona, Spain, 2020), "Ad Libitum 2019/20” project (Baden-Württemberg, Germany, 2020), Ine Vanoeveren within "No Medici" project at the Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik in Darmstadt (Germany, 2018), “Temporality of the Impossible” project (Belgium, England, 2018). She is a winner of the “New Music Generation 2019” composition competition (Kazakhstan, 2019), “Samal” composition competition (Kazakhstan, 2018), the Seventh International Composition Competition of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Russia, 2015). Her works were presented on the Pulsar CISM radio in Montreal (Canada, 2018), at the exhibition of graphic scores “Sound Graphics” at the National library of Russia in St. Petersburg (Russia, 2018, 2020).
At the beginning of her studies, she took lessons from Brian Ferneyhough, Pierluigi Billone, Mark Andre, Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf, Beat Furrer, Alvin Lucier, Tristan Murail, Peter Ablinger, Heinz Holliger, and others.