The 17th of November, 1995, Marina Tchebourkina took part in the first inaugural concert to be held on the restored Organ of the Royal Chapel of the Palace of Versailles. This marked the beginning of her collaboration with Michel Chapuis on this instrument. It lasted until 2010, when Michel Chapuis officially resigned.
During fifteen years, the musical and scientific activity of Marina Tchebourkina on the Great Organ of the Royal Chapel of Versailles significantly contributed to the enhancement of the instrument.
From 1996 to 2010, she gave numerous organ concerts at the Palace of Versailles, and held regular conference cycles for which she was in charge of developing the themes. She was also requested to play for regular Masses and Masses of the Order of Malte, as well as to give an exceptional concerts for the sponsors of the Palace of Versailles.
In 2004, she recorded on this organ four albums on the King’s greatest organists. Three of the albums were dedicated to the complete organ work of these composers (François Couperin, Louis Marchand and Louis Claude Daquin).
Between 2004 and 2010, she undertook a thorough research on the history of the organ of the Palace of Versailles, and published numerous works including a monograph, the first one on the subject. These works featured fundamental historic discoveries concerning the organ, among which the original composition of the stops at the time of Louis XIV, the dates of its construction and its putting into service, as well as the name of the organist who «inaugurated» it.
It was also at the Royal Chapel of Versailles that, following her appointment by the Minister of Culture, 2005, Marina Tchebourkina publicly received the medal of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters.
In 2007, she presented the organ of the Palace of Versailles to the President of the French Republic.
Marina Tchebourkina was invited again to the Palace of Versailles in 2017, to give an exceptional concert on the organ of the Royal Chapel.