Tatiana Lokhina

  • Collaborative Pianist


Undergraduate work at Moscow Ippolitov-Ivanov Music Institute and Musikhochschule Hamburg

MM, Collaborative Piano, Lynn University

Additional study toward DM, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music


Pianist Tatiana Lokhina was born in Moscow, Russia, into a musical family. She began her formal training at age 7 and gave her first solo recital in Moscow four years later. Lokhina is a winner of numerous Russian and international prizes. She has performed at the Moscow State Conservatory, Paul Dukas Conservatory in Paris, and the Musikhochschule Hamburg, and she has appeared in concerts in Italy, Austria, Germany, and the United States.

As a solo pianist, Lokhina attended Moscow Ippolitov-Ivanov Music Institute and Musikhochschule Hamburg. She earned a master’s degree in collaborative piano from Lynn University and is working toward a DM in collaborative piano at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. Her principal teachers include Lisa Leonard, Anne Epperson, and Kevin Murphy; she has appeared in master classes with Joshua Bell, Lynn Harrell, Martin Katz, Elmar Oliveira, Mauricio Fuks, Carol Vaness, and many others.

Lokhina recorded the unpublished works of Beethoven for violin and piano for Naxos, made an album of songs by women composers with soprano Chloe Boelter, and was featured as the harpsichordist in the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s DeHaan Virtual Baroque Series. She has appeared at the International Society of Bassists, Summer Opera Tel Aviv, SongFest, and the Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar, and is involved in an ongoing performance project of the complete violin sonatas of Johannes Brahms with violinist Grigory Kalinovsky.

Spring 2024

Russian Diction — LANG 300

Fall 2024

Russian Diction — LANG 300


Semester Ends with a Packed Performance Calendar

December 8, 2023

Oberlin Conservatory’s student and faculty performers have been filling most concert venues throughout the campus over the last week. During these final five bustling days before students head into reading period and then exams, this explosion of activity feels something akin to the thrilling finale of a fireworks display on New Year's Eve. So, join in—even from a distance. All of these concerts are free and open to the public, and all but one of them can be streamed live at concert time at oberlin.edu/livestream .