Tatiana Kuznetsova graduated from the Far Eastern State Academy of Arts in 2006 and later attended a refresher course under Prof. Alexander Ponduryansky in Moscow. In 2019 she finished her practical and assistantship studies under Prof. Felix Ginelevich Kalman, an Honored Artist of Russia, at the Far Eastern State Institute of Arts.
From 2006 to 2013 Tatiana Kuznetsova served as a musician of the Pacific Symphony Orchestra where she performed under many noted conductors, including Sergey Primak, Mikhail Shcherbakov, Andrey Galanov, Boris Voron, Eduard Dyadyura, Mikhail Arkadiev, Robin Engelen (Germany), Park Sang Hyun (South Korea), Anatoly Chepurnoy, and Ricardo Averbach (USA).
She has taken part in the I All-Russian Competition of Chamber Ensembles, the I International Chamber Music Festival in Magnitogorsk and the Far East Spring Festival.
Since September 2013 Tatiana Kuznetsova has been working at the Symphony Orchestra of the State Primorsky Opera and Ballet Theatre. Since 2016 she has been a musician and an Assistant Concertmaster for first violins at the Mariinsky Orchestra of the Primorsky Stage. In 2019 she became a Concertmaster for first violins.