Singer/songwriter Tatiana Speed has taken her music around the world, performing for significant international events such as the Peoples Climate March in New York City, COP 21 in Paris, France and most recently in Islamabad, Pakistan for the World Peace Youth Summit.
Sharing a message of peace, unity, while raising awareness for different humanitarian causes, Tatiana has worked in collaboration with indigenous communities, grassroots organizations and student initiatives raising money and awareness for disaster relief, climate change and women’s empowerment. In 2015, Tatiana founded the initiative Music for Change, a workshop designed to raise awareness for Climate Change which she has led to universities and youth groups in Vancouver, New York, and Paris.
With a deep love for the spiritual truths embodied by the worlds great religions, Tatiana has also shared her music in a variety of religious and spiritual contexts performing for Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Buddhist events and services - always with the intention of being an instrument for the sacred and a unifying element for the many voices of love, peace and forgiveness.
Following the death of her father to brain cancer in 2011, Tatiana has been inspired to take her music into cancer agencies, hospice centres and seniors homes having seen first hand the power of music as a source of healing, peace and as a medicinal tool for processing grief and coming to a place of loving acceptance.
Tatiana offers a space of beauty, insight, honesty and compassion for our shared human experience. With intimacy and tenderness, Tatiana weaves our collective hopes, heartaches, stories and joys into a rich human tapestry that leads us deeper into the truth of who we are. Combining cathartic group singing, playfulness and a lighthearted joy with soft poetic ballads that offer mercy, forgiveness, peace and strength, Tatiana brings the softness and strength of the feminine to embrace our collective shadows while illuminating and welcoming us into the light.