Natalia (who is a descendant of Russian national poet Alexander Pushkin) graduated from Tchaikovsky State Conservatory of Moscow , Professor K.G. Kadinskaya’s class and the Russian Academy of Treatre Arts under the prominent stage director and screenwriter, Roman Viktyuk. She also took private lessons with Professor G.M. Troyanova of the Salzburg Mozarteum, and with Professor P.A. Kudriavchenko.
From 2006-2013 she performed at the Theater Moscow School of Dramatic Arts as singer and actress, having participated in such productions as The Guest of Stone, or Don Juan Is Dead directed by A.A. Vasiliev ; Gibraltar; and the operatic mono-play Letter, both directed by Constantine K.S Mishin, while continuing her belle canto training under Andrei G. Nashchokin and the maestro Marcello Lippi.
She was the winner of the 2008 Festos Students’ Competition, the winner or the International preium "Clean sound", a Diploma holder of the International School of Vocal Skills and of Academy “Santa Croce” in Trieste. She is soloist at the Moscow philharmonic and the Opus Posth Ensemble. In 2017, she was awarded the Silver Lion at the Narnia Festival, directed by Cristiana Pegoraro.
In summer 2013, at the Chaikovsky Concert Hall of Moscow she performed the parts of Xenia in Prokofiev’s Boris Godunov and Cordelia in Shostakovitch’s King Lear with the Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra and the Moscow Conservatory Chamber Choir, along with the bass Maxim Mikhailov; Vladimir Yourovsky conducting .
She has performed with such orchestras as the Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, directed by Vladimir Yurovsky; the Opus Posth Academy of Antique music of Moscow Philarmonic directed by Tatiana Grindenko; the Musica Viva orchestra; the Mikhailovsky Theater orchestra; the Chaikovsky State Conservatory of Moscow orchestra; the Shostakovich State Philharmonics of San Petersburg orchestra; the Kaliningrad Philharmonics orchestra; Moscovia Chamber orchestra; Orchestra “Di Padova e del Veneto”; Orchestra Dei Marsi, the Corelli orchestra; Dell Opera di Volterra; Orchestra Classica Italiana; Ghironda orchestra, etc.
In 2003-2019, Ms. Pavlova performed on various concerts stages in Moscow (Moscow Chaikovsky State Conservatory Great Hall, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, The International House of Music, Manesh of Kremlin in Moscow etc.); in St. Petersburg (Shostakovich Philharmonics Great Hall, the Maltese Temple etc.); Kaliningrad (Kant Cathedral); Ulan Ude Philharmonics Great Hall; Philharmonics of Petrosavodsk; and in other cities of Russia. She has performed in Carnegie Hall of New York, in San Diego CA, in Rome (Auditorium Parco della Musica, Terme di Caracalla, Capitol of Rome, Greater Roman Basilicas, Palazzo POLI-la Sala Dante), Narni (the Opera theater of G. Manini), Palazzo Ducale in Genova, as well as in Venice, Florence, Vienna, Bern, Zurich, Peruggia, Pescara, Fermo, Capri, Cyprus, Split, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Spalato, Geneva, and other European cities.
Natalia Pavlova collaborated with such musicians as Vladimir Yourovsky, Teodor Kurendsis, Giovanni Sollima, Tatiana Grindenko, Sergei Krylov, Nando Citarella, Marco Celli Stein, Monica Lescovar, Marcello Lippi, Marina Omelchenko, Fabrizio Bosso, Antonio Pantaneschi, Angelo Nardinocchi, Daniel Wnukovski, Leon Livshin, Gustavo Tavares,Cristiana Pegoraro, T. Kuindzhi, M. Arkadiev, M. Mihailov, Petr Aidu, Ye. Petrov, A. Goribol, E. Revich, R. Komachkov,N. Rubinstein,D. Cheglakov, Greta Cipriani, Sergio Lastella, K. Volosnikov, G. Gusev, Pavel Bykov et other, with Storic Dance Company of Rome directed by Nino Graziano Luca.
She has performed with the Russian poet Vera Pavlova in the poetic musical programs :Mothers and Daughters, Letters to the Room Next Door, Children’s Album of Tchaikovsky, Mozart and Salieri (at the International House of Music in Moscow, Genova, Rome, New York ). Twice she has been a guest of Caffè Rai 1 Italian television with her mother. Her recital served as the opening event at the Big Antological Exibition of painter Domenico Colantoni, organized by David Colantoni in Avezzano in Ex Montessori.
Natalia also is an ardent performer of contemporary music. She has recorded 2 CDs with Iraida Yusupova‘s compositions in collaboration with Natalia Rubinshtein and Brahms-trio, and with D. Cheglakovim and K. Lukinov - this CD is a winner of "Clean sound" - (including Dreams follower based on David Colantoni‘s poems’ ). She also recorded Venus Rey‘s compositions, 3 Bachiane mexicane, with Orchestra del Veneto e di Padova. Venus Rey composed, especially for Natalia, a new cycle for voice and orchestra, Pavlova’s song after the verses of Vera Pavlova; the world premiere was performed with a great success at the International House of Music in Moscow, the world premiere of new version was performed in Carnegie Hall of New Work with standing ovation. During her performing tour in Ulan Ude, she performed, with Opus Posth, Vladimir Martynov’s Opus Prenatum and Passionslieder by the same composer at his festival Martynov at the Museum of Multimedua in Moscow and Magnificat on Tchaykovsky concert Hall also with Opus Posth directed by Tatiana Grindenko.
She also sang The Brazilian Bachiana of Villa Lobos at the Music Masters International Festival in Moscow directed by Giovanni Sollima; with the cello orchestra conducted by Giovanni Sollima she sang Vivaldi`s aria at the Memorial event organized by David Colantoni in the Capitol of Roma, Music in Memoriam of Aldo Rosselli and Rosselli’s family. She sang the world premiere of the new version of Viaggio in Italia by Giovanni Sollima, composed especially for her voice, at the International House of Music in Moscow.
She has participated in many international festivals, such as December Evenings in Kaliningrad; Music masters, Sounds of Moscow, the Mysteriograph, Festival of Martynov in Moscow; Karelia's Lire in Petrozavodsk; 11 lunes a Volterra; Narnia International Festival, Inernational festival Moscow Autumn , Cypress International Festival dedicated to Stanislavsky; etc. She performed Monooperas La voix humaine of Francis Poulenc and "The wating" at the Electrotheatre and DOM in Moscow, at the Koenigsberg Cathedral; at the Sala di Immacolata in Rome; etc.
With orchestra “Opus Post” Academy of Antic music directed by Tatiana Grindenko she olso performed the opera of Galuppi “Il re pastore”, "Indian Queen" of Purcell,Gerardeschi’s “Lamentazione di Jeremia”, the programs with Vivaldi’s and Handel`s, Pavona`s and Cordans`es cantatas and arias from operas, Fomin's melodramma Orfeo and Alcide of Bortniansky in Tchaikovsky Concert Hall and in the Moscow State Conservatory and in the other cities of Russia.
In 2017, Natalia joined the Organizing Committee and the Artistic Council of The First Cultural International Festival, Russian Rome, at Palazzo Poli in Rome.
Natalia Pavlova lives in Moscow and Rome.
Violetta ne “La Traviata”
Iolanta in “Iolanta”
Tatiana in “Eugene Onegin”
Mimi in “La Boheme”
Duchessa e Susanna in “Le nozze di Figaro”
Pamina in “Die Zauberflöte”
Zerlina e di Donna Anna nel “Don Giovanni”
Michaela in “Carmen”
Adina in “L'elisir d'amore”
Lucia nella “Lucia di Lammermoor”
Gilda in “Rigoletto”
Rosina nel “Barbiere di Siviglia”
Manon nella “Manon”
Amina in “La Somnambula”
Giulietta in “Romeo e Giulietta”
SERPINA in "Serva Padrona"
Zempoalla and Orazia in "Indian queen"
Mono-opera : Francis Poulenc "La Voix Humaine", Mikael Tariverdiev "attesa"
Respighi "Il tramonto"
Music of Russian and European Composers of XIX and XX Century, Baroque music: Bach, Handel, Purcell, Vivaldi, Pergolesi, Pavona, Cordans, Galuppi, Cesti, Gherardeschi and others.
Contemporary music: Iraida Yusupova, Venus Rey Jr, Giovanni Sollima, Vladimir Martinov, Paola Crisi Giovanni and others.