Natalia Pavlova - soprano
Moscow and Rome-based soprano, Natalia Pavlova ( who is a descendant of Russian national poet Alexander Pushkin) has performed as a soloist throughout Russia, Europe and USA with groups including the Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, Shostakovich State Philharmonics of St. Petersburg, Santa Cecilia orchestra, Orchestra Di Padova e del Veneto, and Opus Posth Academy of Antique Music, directed by Tatiana Grindenko among many others.
Active in performing music from antiquity to today, she has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall of New York, Moscow Chaikovsky State Conservatory, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall (Moscow), International House of Music, Maltese Temple, Big Hall of Philarmonic (St. Petersburg), Auditorium Parco della Musica, basilica Papale San Paolo fuori le mura, Terme di Caracalla (Rome), and the Opera Theater of G. Manini (Narni), Teatro lirico a Volterra as well as other venues in Vienna, Zurich, Cyprus, Dusseldorf, and many other cities. She was a soloist for 6 years in the Moscow theater "School of Dramatic art", directed by Anatoly Vasiliev.
Natalia has sung world premiere performances and recordings of pieces by composers Giovanni Sollima, Venus Rey JR and Iraida Yusupova, composed specially for her voice, pieces of Vladimir Martynov, Eli Tamar.
She serves on Artistic Council of The First Cultural International Festival, Russian-Rome, at Palazzo Poli in Rome. She was awarded the Silver Lion at the Narnia international Festival. Natalia is a twice winner of International premium "Pure Sound" in sections Opera and Chamber music and of Zverev art premium.
Natalia is starring in a music documentary ROMA VERSO LA LUCE, realized on 2021, directed by Alessandro Rosselini, a nephew of renowned filmmaker Roberto Rossellini, with participation of composer and cellist Giovanni Sollima.