“All things exist through vibrations and frequencies. Music, being the most precious union of sounds and vibrations, remains a mysterious phenomenon. No activity or feeling fires-up more parts of our brain’s hemispheres than the simple act of listening to music. There is so much more we have to learn about how it scientifically affects us, our emotions, as well as its medicinal properties, of which much will be discovered as our technology advances.”


Tatev was born in Armenia on July 7th 1987 to a family of artists. She showed great interest for music and began formal classical lessons in both voice and piano at the early age of 6. Many of Tatev’s compositions  are written to ornate and strengthen the visual experience of motion pictures. She has scored for short films and animations, and has performed individually as well as with numerous artists throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Tatev is an art entrepreneur who connects and realizes common visions of creative minds.

Tatev moved to the United States in 2003 after achieving much recognition in Armenia. Tatev is a 2009 full-scholarship graduate of the Jazz Studies Program at William Paterson University, and NJPAC’s Jazz for Teens program of 2006.