Tina Čeh was born in Slovenia, and started to learn violin at the age of 9 at the Ljutomer school of music in the class of Ivabriefly studied jazz violin in the class of Max Grosch. She finished her bachelor in performing arts and pedagogy with a distinguished grade and in October 2012 moved to Brussels where she was undertaking master studies in the class of prof. Marek Zygmunt Kowalski. In June 2015 she obtained master degree from performing arts at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
She has attended numerous masterclasses:
Tomaš Tulaček (Cze), Tomaš Vinklat (Cze), Zoran Milenković (Ita), Anna Kandinskaia (A), Dora Schwarzberg (A), Igor Ozim (A), Gorjan Košuta (Slo), Ivry Gitlis, Haim Taub.
Classical violin is not her only passion, having had extensive experience experimenting with jazz and folk music. She have been a member of Festine Orchestra (Slovenia), SFK Symphonie Orchestra in Klagenfurt (Austria), Die junge Preisträger (Swiss), Junge Philharmonie Wien (Austria) and Symbolic Orchestra (Slovenia). In 2009 she performed as a soloist with chamber orchestra Kammerakademie (Austria) and with Stretto orchestra in Paris. She is guest at the festivals like Festival Lent in Maribor (Slovenia), Odysseia and EuropArt festivals in Brussels, etc. In 2022 she was touring Europe with Symphony orchestra Flanders for Grammy awarded Netflix series Our Planet series – this time in a concert version and with Morricone production.
In 2016 she established Nox-Art association and Nox Music School in Brussels.
In 2019 she opened door of the Cultural Creative Corner, a creative hub (joining music, arts acting & literature), hosting artists, concerts, exhibitions and literature events. Currently there are over 120 students learning music and arts.
In 2020 she won the position of a violin teacher at the British School of Brussels.