Vladimir Tiagunov studied at the Chelyabinsk State Academy of Culture and Arts (Russia) in the class of world famous musician, Honored Artist of Russia, professor Evgeny Levitan. In 2013 Vladimir graduated from the Master's Degree Program with Honors. Later he graduated the Artist Diploma program in the class of professor Tamara Poddubnaya at the Long Island Conservatory of Music in Albertson, New York.
Since 2015 he has been working as a piano professor at the Long Island Conservatory, and many students of his are Laureates of Piano Competitions.
He is currently the church musician/organist at Cure of Ars Church in Merrick, NY where he regularly performs. He has great experience as choir accompanist, and a vast knowledge of a broad category of repertoire.
Vladimir Tiagunov has great experience in performing solo and chamber concerts in many concert halls of Europe (Germany, Spain, Poland, Ukraine, Russia) and of the United States. He is also active as a concert pianist in the United States, and frequently organizes student recitals at a variety Concert Halls in New York.
He is regularly invited as a jury member at International Music Competitions such as Manolov International Music Competition, Music Soloist Competition and International Piano Competition at Gould Academy.
Tiagunov has a vast amount of recordings from concerts including such works as the Op.10 by Chopin, “Wanderer Fantasy” by Schubert, “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Mussorgsky, “Appassionata” by Beethoven and others.