"Soprano Natalia Tsvirko is a promising young performer praised for her velvet tone, technical prowess, exceptional musicianship, and acting skills."
Natalia has been teaching voice and transforming over 250 students' voices over the course of 10 years.
She received her Bachelor of Music Performance in Voice and Education from the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College and graduated with a Masters's degree in Music Education with honors. Being passionate about all things voice-related, Natalia uses the Alexander Technique, vocal psychotherapy, and coaching to transform singers’ voices through one of a kind holistic approach.
Natalia established herself as a promising opera singer after singing the title roles: Tatiana (Eugene Onegin), Marfa (Tsar's Bride) and Thaïs (Thaïs), Suzel (L’amico Fritz), Musetta (La bohème), Susanna (The Marriage of Figaro) and Micaëla (Carmen), Patricia (G Train the Musical), Mother (Hansel and Gretel).
She has performed as a soloist in various concerts throughout Israel and New York, including Handel's Messiah and Faure's Requiem and she, participated at the International Vocal Arts Institute held by Joan Dornemann and Lucy Arner, both of The Metropolitan Opera.
Her affinity for singing popular music has always played an important part in her artistic endeavors. In Voce Nova, she bridged the gap between the two typically disparate genres and brings all of her experience, talent, and style to the worldwide stage. In 2020 Natalia performed on one of the biggest stages- America's Got Talent.