Tatiana Melnychenko has appeared at many important venues and concert halls in Europe - among them are the Konzerthaus( Berlin ), Auditorio Nacional (Madrid), Palau de la Musica (Barcelona), Flagey Concert Hall (Brussels) ,Victoria Hall (Geneva) ,the Palace of Festivals ( Santander), Konzerthaus (Dortmund), Tonhalle (Dusseldorf) , Philharmonic Hall (Odessa) and concert halls in Koln and Essen (Germany), Segovia, Pamplona and Palma de Mallorca, as well as the Royal Colliseum Carlos III in Spain. Melnychenko has taken part on two occasions in the Lyrical Galas of R.T.V.E. with the Symphonic Orchestra of Spanish Radio and Televi-sion, under conductors E.García Asensio and M. Á. Ortega in the Monumental Theatre in Madrid. In 2001 she took part in “The April Spring Friendship Art Festival” in Pyongyang ( North Korea ) where she won the “Gold Cup” Award .
In the same year Tatiana Melnychenko interpreted the demanding “Requiem”by G. Verdi, under the baton of A.Leaper, conducting the Orchestra of Spanish Radio and Television Orchestra in the Baluarte Auditorium in Pamplona, broadcasted live by Spanish National Radio and in the following year she was invited by the Symphonic Orchestra of Vallés to take part in the concert version of Beethoven’s “Fidelio”, successfully performed in the Palau de la Musica in Barcelona and in the Auditorium in Palma de Mallorca.
Tatiana Melnychenko’s vast repertoire includes starring opera roles as Tatiana from Tchaikovsky's "Eugene Onegin" (a memorable performance at the Prague State Opera theater in 1997), Lisa from “The Queen of Spades” ,as well as Amelia (“Un Ballo in Maschera”), Isabel (“Don Carlo”) and the important role of Norma by Verdi, characters by G.Puccini : Liu, Mimí, Tosca, to which later was added the tragic figure of Suor Angélica . Remarkable was her first performance of a Wagner repertoire – a recital for the presentation of the Wagner Association in Madrid where the soprano interpreted fragments of "Tannhäuser" and "The Flying Dutchman".
In 2006 Tatiana Melnychenko made an important step in her recording experience, partcipating in a CD production of the belgian recording company Fuga Libera. The CD features important chamber music works of Dmitri Schostakovich and Tatiana's partners in the 7 Romances by A.Blok are not less then russian violinist Natalia Prischepenko (leader of the Artemis Quartet ), german cellist Sebastian Klinger (concertmaster of the Byerisches Rundunk Orchestra Munich) and the bulgarian pianist Plamena Mangova.The Schstakovich CD was very warmly received by the critics who classed her performance as splendid at the prestigious music magazine Scherzo (Spain) and the recording was a prize-winning CD of the Luxembourg magazine Pizzicato .
Among the recent years concert appearances of Tatiana Melnychenko, the most outstanding were the solo recital at the Summer Festival of Cantabria, the recital of arias and duets “From Verdi to Verisimo” presented in the National Music Museum in Madrid in October 2007, an Operatic Gala in the Monumental Theatre of the capital, as well in Brussels, where she shared the stage with reputated bulgarian pianist Plamena Mangova in a Gala for "Medcins de Monde", highly supported by Martha Argerich .
During 2008 Tatiana Melnychenko took on the role of Faustina Bordoni in the musical show “Duelling Divas” with music by G. Handel, confirming her deep interest in baroque music as well, and later she interpreted brilliantly the role of Abigaille in “Nabucco” by Verdi in the Principal Theatre of Alicante .
Tatiana Melnychenko appearances in recital collaboration with Plamena Mangova recently included as well the appearance at the Festival de Vexin in France, and they are future performances planned at some of the major music festivals in Bulgaria.