Natasha was born in London and moved to New York at the age of seven. She studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, winning the prestigious Gold Medal competition, and at the National Opera Studio. She is continuing her studies with Janice Chapman. Natasha was awarded the Glyndebourne on Tour Promise Award in 2006 and won the John Christie Award in 2009.
Natasha’s major operatic roles have included Musetta La Boheme for Glyndebourne Touring Opera, Tatyana Eugene Onegin, Donna Anna Don Giovanni for GTO, Garsington, and Birmingham Opera Company, Micaela Carmen for Royal Danish Opera and GTO, her US debut as Kumadha in John Adams’ A Flowering Tree at Chicago Opera Theatre, Emma Khovanshchina for WNO, First Wood Nymph Rusalka at the Glyndebourne Festival (where she also made her debut as Fiordiligi Cosi fan Tutte and covered Mélisande Pelléas et Mélisande, Cleopatra Giulio Cesare, Alice Ford Falstaff and the title roles in Rusalka and Rodelinda) and for Opera North, for whom she has also sung Ilia Idomeneo, First Lady The Magic Flute and Elisetta The Secret Marriage, the title role in Alcina for English Touring Opera, Rosalinde Die Fledermaus for the Wexford Festival, Tamiri Il Re Pastore for Garsington Opera and Angelica Orlando and Romilda Xerxes for Opera Theatre Company. Natasha has also sung in Il Tempo del Postino at the Manchester International Festival, Bernadette in the world premiere of Andrew Schultz’s Going into Shadows at the Guildhall, Nella Gianni Schicchi for the William Walton foundation in Ischia.
Recent oratorio highlights have included Bach’s Mass in B-Minor and Haydn’s Creation at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor, the St. Matthew Passion in Chelmsford Cathedral, Handel’s Samson, Acis and Galatea and Messiah at Arundel Cathedral, Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and the Waterfront Hall in Belfast (Ulster Orchestra), Carmina Burana for the RPO, Pergolesi’s Missa Romana with the Orchestre National de Lyon, the Fauré Requiem and Dvorak Requiem for Goldsmith’s Choral Union.
Future projects include Rusalka for GTO in 2012 and Raymond Gubbay Productions - Micaela in Carmen 2013 at the Royal Albert Hall.