Tatjana Djordjevic graduated piano at the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade in the class of Professor Arbo Valdma. During her studies, she studied piano with professors Andrija Preger and Lidija Stankovic as well.
She attended many master classes for piano and chamber music, where she specialized with: S. Gadjiev, N. A. Yuzhanin, R. Kinka, M. Ude, P. Lennenberg, M. Caudle…
She won many awards at piano and chamber music competitions during her studies in former Yugoslavia.
She started her pedagogical career as a piano teacher at the Stanislav Binicki Music School Belgrade and has been teaching piano at Josip Slavenski Music School Belgrade since 2008.
She indicates to her students the importance of making music together, and as a result, they have won numerous first prizes in various categories at national competitions and festivals for chamber music.
Also, Tatjana’s students are the winners of many first prizes and the highest achievements at piano competitions in Serbia and abroad (Republic Competition, Davorin Jenko International Competition, Mihailo Vukdragovic International Competition of young pianists, Petar Konjovic International Competition, Memorial Dr. Vojislav Vuckovic, Slavenski Piano Competition, Orbetello Junior International Piano Competition (Italy), Anton Rubinstein Piano Competition Paris …).
Piano students who graduated at Josip Slavenski High Music School in the class of Tatjana Djordjevic performed as soloists with the orchestra, and also had numerous performances in all major Belgrade concert halls. They continued piano studies at the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade, at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Anton Bruckner University in Linz (Austria) and Hoch Schule für musik und tanz in Cologne (Germany).
She is very often a member of the jury at piano competitions in Serbia.