Tetyana Haraschuk is a Ukrainian/Canadian drummer and composer. She holds a Bachelor in Jazz Performance from the University of Manitoba and a Master of Contemporary Performance and Production from the Berklee College of Music. Tetyana has played with JUNO award winning artists in Canada and her music has taken her to different places around the world. An accomplished composer and arranger, Tetyana has independently released an album (which was recommended for the 2022 Polaris Music Prize), EP, as well as two singles of her original music. The “freaky alien” textures, psychedelic vocals, 80’s guitar, synth bass and rule breaking grooves are what define the 25-year-old’s unique alternative jazz rock style. Tetyana crafts a wide variety of sounds that stretch from delicate to frightening while disregarding genre boundaries and conventions. She has written commissions for the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra, for string quartet and brass quintet. Tetyana has been a guest lecturer at Western University in London, Canada as well as at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. She is the artistic director of “Until The Sun Comes” a musical documentation of Ukrainian war stories, in collaboration with documentary film company “Ice River Films”.
Musical Styles: Jazz, Jazz Rock, Modern Jazz, Chamber Music, Alternative