is an established professional concert pianist and mezzo-soprano/contralto . The range of her styles varies from classical music to jazz and cabaret vocal performances. She is also a composer and presents a variety of her songs in different languages.
Born in St Petersburg, she earned her Master Solo Performance Degree in Piano as well as Chamber Music and Teacher Degrees at Odessa State Conservatory. Natasha studied opera singing under guidance of Trish McCaffrey in New York (USA).
After Russia and Ukraine Natasha lived in Mexico and USA, where she made a successful career as a soloist as well as in piano duo with Gustavo Rivero Weber.
She performed with some of the most distinguished orchestras and conductors, including Enrique Arturo Diemecke, Ronald Solman, Enrique Batiz, John Neschling, Alun Francis, Ken Kissler, Alondra de la Parra, James Demster, Eduardo Sanchez-Zuber, Gordon Cambell, Juan Carlos Lomonaco, Stefano Mazzoleni, Laslo Gatti, and Oracio Franco.
As mezzo-soprano/contralto Natasha performed numerous solo- and oratorio-concerts in one of the most famous concert halls in Mexico (Palacio de Bellas Artes, Sala Netzahualcoatl, Blas Galindo Hall) and USA (Weill Recital Hall-Carnegie Hall, Trinity Church-New York). Besides, Natasha was one of the initiators of the Music Festival of the Americas (Stowe, Vermont, USA). Her repertoire includes Symphony Nr.2 (Mahler), Symphony Nr.9 (Beethoven), Messiah (Handel), Stabat Mater (Rossini), Stabat Mater (Pergolesi), Stabat Mater (Haydn), Alt-Rhapsody (Brahms), Weihnachts-Oratorium (Bach), Amor Brujo (de Falla), etc.
In 2008 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Natasha recorded her first jazz-pop CD “My name is No-One”, where she emerges as a singer, pianist, composer and general producer. As a classical recording artist Natasha takes part in such CD productions as “Nietzsche, his music” (production of National Autonomous University of Mexico-UNAM), “Warsaw Concerto” with National Symphonic Orchestra (production of National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature-INBA), “Impresiones Latinoamericanas” (Gustavo Rivero Weber).
In 2010 Sir Simon Rattle and Wynton Marsalis engaged Natasha as a pianist in the Tanz-Education-Projekt “MusicTANZ” of Berliner Philharmoniker. Since then she lives in Berlin, where she devotes herself to her favourite projects: Russian Tango und Chanson-Theatre.