Biography


Recent highlights include covering the role of Lel in Snowmaiden at Opera North, Flora in La Traviata at Clonter Opera and Alisa in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Buxton Festival.

Natalie trained in London at the Royal Academy of Music and English National Opera. Highly commended in the Isabel Jay Operatic Prize at RAM, Natalie was also a finalist in the Towyn Roberts Operatic Prize on Channel 4 Wales.

After graduation, Natalie was awarded the Grange Park Opera Young Artist Scholarship covering the roles of Olga in Eugene Onegin and Polina in The Queen of Spades and has been a Young Artist at the Wexford Festival Opera and the Buxton Festival on numerous occasions.

Roles at RAM and ENO Baylis included MercedesDorabella, Suzuki, DidonOlga, RomeoAnnioHansel and Leonora.

Working extensively on the concert platform, recent performances as alto soloist have included the Mozart Missa Brevis recorded for BBC Radio 4 and Vivaldi's Gloria at   St. James' Piccadilly. Natalie has given recitals at music festivals including ‘Point’ with Griff Rhys Jones featured on BBC Wales, the Dylan Thomas Festival, Swansea Festival of Music and Flowers, St.David’s Cathedral Artswave Festival, Dinas Powys Festival and the Machynlleth International Music Festival.