Bio

Natalia's music echoes her unique European background. Jazzy, sultry songs in seven  different languages (English, Spanish, Russian, French, Italian, Portugese, Hebrew).  She grew up in a musical family, listening to her father's jazz band rehearsals when  she was only 5 years of age. Natalia  started writing songs since the age of 7. At 17 she attended the Academy of Music, Film and Television of St. Petersburg and later graduated from prestigious Musician's institute of Los Angeles. Natalia writes her own lyrics and melodies. After starring in 13 motion pictures that were released in the European continent, Russia and USA and while performing in Europe, she composed a Theme song for a motion picture "Night Train to Venice" starring Hugh Grant and Malkolm McDowell. She also released a Full length CD "Ghost" in Japan and Asia on  "Tricycle records"  Natalia currently works with International A-list celebrities as a songwriter. Her original songs are featured in major US and European feature films and TV shows.  Natalia won an award "Silver Rose of Montreau" in an International Music and Film Festival in Switzerland for starring in a European motion picture. Full Length CD "Lingerie" was released in USA. Along with her music career, Natalia has  a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Ryokan University in Los Angeles. In her own words: " Music is my place of Peace. This is where i retreat when I am fragile. When I am hurt. I am blessed to be able to write about my feelings... make it a song. It's a true blessing and I am grateful for it. I have travelled the world  and speak four languages as I also have a passion for different cultures.I am naturally curious and there is still so much to learn and write about! "