Recording Artist. Composer. Live Performer.
A graduate from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (Violin Performance), and London College of Music (Composition for Film and TV), Natalia offers a breadth of experience in string arranging, commercial and classical performance, remote recording services on violin and viola and a vast orchestral, chamber and solo performance experience. Knowledgeable, creative and easy to work with, Natalia can provide live audio tracks, overdubs and part preparation advice to make your compositions come to life with her unique playing and versatile performance style.
Respected for her commercial endeavours and versatility, Natalia has made numerous appearances in credited London venues, such as the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank, Wigmore Hall, BBC Maida Vale Studios and the Cadogan Hall. A devoted orchestral player, Natalia has led and performed in orchestral projects in collaboration with the Philharmonia Orchestra, the London Mozart Players, BBC Concert, BBC Symphony, and the London Symphony Orchestra . As a visible session musician Natalia has performed at numerous festivals, including How the Lights Get in Festival, Innocent Un-plugged, Download, Wilderness and Electric Picnic and is frequently seen performing on TV and radio.
Through her passion for chamber music Natalia has founded a versatile string ensemble, the Sinfonia Diverse collective, and have been awarded the Richard Carne Mentorship Scheme (2016-2018) at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where she received coaching from the Smith, Dulcinea, Piatti, Wihan and Carducci Quartets.
A devoted educator who is constantly developing her range of skills, Natalia is excited to be preparing for the premiere of her Viola Concerto, and a selection of newly written chamber works, as a result of her studies at the Royal Academy of Music, where she is currently completing a Professional Diploma in Viola Performance (in Chamber Music context) under the guidance of Jon Thorne.