Tatiana Eremicheva graduated from the Performing Department of the Vaganova Leningrad Academic Choreographic College (nowadays the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet) (class of an outstanding teacher L. Tyuntina). After graduation Tatiana accepted an invitation to join the ballet company of the Leningrad State Academic Maly Opera Theatre (nowadays - the Mikhailovsky Theatre), where she soon became a leading soloist. There Tatiana played almost all solo and leading parts of classical and contemporary repertoire, including roles in such ballets as: Giselle, The Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote, Swan Lake, Paquita (choreography by M. Petipa), The Nutcracker (choreography by V. Vainonen, N. Boyarchikov, and I. Belsky), Theme and Variations, Serenade, Apollo (choreography by G. Balanchine), The Servant of Two Masters, Hercules, Macbeth, Fadette (choreography by N. Boyarchikov), Gayane (choreography by B. Eifman), Mozartiana (choreography by N. Dolgushin), Coppélia (choreography by O.Vinogradov) and many others. She has worked with such distinguished artists as K. Sergeyev, N. Dudinskaya, N. Dolgushin, O. Vinogradov, N. Boyarchikov. Tatyana has toured extensively both in Russia and abroad (France, Italy, Germany, Japan, Sweden, Hungary, Bulgaria, etc.).
At the VIII International Ballet Competition in Varna Tatiana Eremicheva became laureate and won a bronze medal.
After graduating from the pedagogical department of the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet Tatiana Eremicheva has been engaged in coaching activity both in Russia and abroad.