Natalia Pavlova

Natalia Pavlova is a graduate of the Chaikovsky State Conservatory (Vocals Department), and at  present is enrolled as a postgraduate student of vocals at the same school (Professor K.G. Kadinskaya’s class). 1998-2012 – private classes with Professor G.M. Troyanova of the Salzburg Mozarteum, and with Professor P.A. Kudriavchenko

Natalia Pavlova’s vocal repertoire includes Violetta in La Traviata, Iolanta in Iolanta, Tatiana in Eugene Onegin, Mimi in La Boheme, Duchess in The Marriage of Figaro, Pamina in  Die Zauberflöte, Elvira e Zerlina in Don Juan, Liu in Turandot, Michaela in Carmen , Adina in L`elisir d`amore, Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor, Desdemona in Otello, Gilda in  Rigoletto, chamber works by Russian and Western composers of the nineteenth and twentiethcenturies, as well as arias from Bach, Handel, and Purcell, Vivaldi.

She was the winner of the 2008 Festos Students’ Competition, a Diploma holder of the International School of Vocal Skills and of Academy “Santa croce” in Trieste. She performed on the stage Violetta in La Traviata (Opera theater of Chaikovsky  State Conservatory of Moscow, Auditorium di Duomo in Florence, Pallazzo Barbarigo in Venice and other), La Contessa in  La nozze di Figaro, Iolanta in Iolanta, Mimi in La Boheme (Opera theater of CSC of Moscow), Elvira in Don Giovanni (Accademia “Santa croce” in Trieste),and other.

Since 2006, Natalia Pavlova has been employed by the School of Dramatic Arts Theater as an actress and vocalist, and as such has performed in “The Stone Guest, or Don Juan Is Dead” (A.A. Vasiliev, director) and in “Gibraltar” and “Letters” (K.S. Mishin, director). At present she is also a student of vocals in the class of Professor A.G. Nashchokin.

In the period of 2003-2013, Ms  Pavlova performed on various stages in Moscow (The Small, Big and Rakhmaninov’s Halls of the Moscow Chaikovsky State Conservatory, the Shuvalovs’ House, the Central House of Performing Artists, the Art-Play Gallery, the School of Dramatic Arts, the International House of Music), in catholic church of Petr and Pavel and elsewhere. She has performed at the Maltese Temple in St. Petersburg (a program of works by Bach for a voice and organ) and toured other cities of Russia. She had a conserts in Bern,  Venice, Vicenza, Rome, and other.  Natalia Pavlova has collaborated with such musicians as T. Kuindzhi, M. Arkadiev, P. Aidu, Y. Petrov, P.Kollesnikov et al.

Also she performed in concerts “Musica in Mascera” in “Scuola Grande dei Carmini” in Venezia and “Musica a Palazzo” in “Palazzo Barbarigo” in Venezia. Natalia Pavlova’s vocal repertoire includes Violetta (in Verdi’s “La Traviata”), Iolanta (in Chaikovsky’s “Iolanta”), Tatiana (in Chaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”), Mimi (in Puccini’s “La Boheme”), Duchess (in Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro”), Pamina ( in Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte”), Elvira e Zerlina (in Mozart’s “Don Juan”), Liu (in Puccini’s “Turandot”), Michaela (in Bizet’s“Carmen”) , Adina (in Donizetti`s “L`elisir d`amore”), Lucia (in Donizetti`s “Lucia di Lammermoor”),Desdemona (in Verdi`s “Otello”), Gilda (in Verdi’s Rigoletto), chamber works by Russian and Western composers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as arias from Bach, Handel, and Purcell.