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Statuesque, standing 5'10" in her bare feet with blonde hair cascading down her back, Natasha Marsh dispels the preconceptions we have of opera singers. At 21 she graduated with a first in music and drama, from Birmingham University, and won a coveted scholarship to the Royal College of Music. With many critically acclaimed performances under her belt, and a highly respected soprano within the opera world, Natasha wanted to expand on her experiences and earlier this year stepped in to the recording studio for the first time. She recorded her debut album, 'Amour', which hit the top of the Classical Chart week one and has cemented Natasha as one of the most exciting opera exports the UK has celebrated for over a decade.
Natasha subsequently made her critically acclaimed debut with Grange Park Opera singing Jacqueline in Fortunio by André Messager; she returned to sing the role of Governess in Britten's The Turn of the Screw. Natasha has gone on to build credible and impressive CV in the opera world.