Tatiana Rosa

Flutist, sound designer & visual artist at Amsterdam's hotspot for musical discovery

Fluitiste, sound designer & visual artist Tatiana Rosa is one of Splendor's Jonge Honden (Young Bloods) for the period 2020-2022.

Art is chaos, it is made of an intricate pattern of raw human emotions, untranslatable languages and colours. This array of languages and forms of art are the main core of my work.

Tatiana Rosa (1991) is a Portuguese audiovisual artist currently based in Amsterdam.

Tatiana dedicates herself to developing multidisciplinary performances where she assumes the role of flutist, sound designer and visual artist. In her own creations, she is dedicated developing works in which the musicians take part in theatrical expression through use of movement, voice and electronic extensions.

She’s a founding member of Trash Panda Collective, Queens of Noise and Ensemble mpmp.

Tatiana holds a MA in Live Electronics (Conservatorium van Amsterdam), a MMus in Music Pedagogy (Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa and a BA in Music Performance - Flute (Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa).

She has presented work in The Netherlands, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, United Kingdom and Poland performing in festivals such as Rewire, Gaudeamus Muziekweek, Cello Biënalle Amsterdam, Sounds of Music Groningen, Amsterdam Fringe Festival, Nowy Teatr, Festival Música Viva, Warsaw Autumn, among others.

She was recently awarded a grant by Stimuleringsfonds in the field of Digital Culture to develop her new project “No-One Show”, together with the composer-performer Jerzy Bielski and light-technical/filmmaker Thomas Brand.

'Splendor became a familiar place to me as soon as I arrived to The Netherlands. Throughout the last five years Splendor has been a place that I visited regularly to rehearse, play or just sit and enjoy amazing performances. It is an honour to join this family of talented artists.'