Tatiana Cassetta is a performer, teacher, and arranger based in Harrisburg, PA. She had her solo debut at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall in 2017. As an active competitor, she has won various awards including Finalist in the SEMFA Ervin Monroe Young Artist Competition, First Prize in the Golden Classical Music Awards, Winner of the West Virginia University Young Artist Competition, First Prize in the Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition, and Semi-Finalist in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. She is a founding member of BETA Quartet, a flute quartet dedicated to exploring and promoting the modern edge of flute music by premiering and performing works by living composers around the world. Tatiana has presented workshops at various music conventions and throughout schools in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Florida, and Wisconsin. Tatiana received her Master’s Degree in Flute Performance from West Virginia University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Flute Performance from Michigan State University. Her primary teachers include Richard Sherman, Nina Assimakopoulos, and Jeffery Zook.