Natalia Gidlewska (born on November 29, 1994 in Warsaw, Poland). She began studying the violin at the age of six. When she was sexteen, she joined the class of the viola and only a year later she won first place at the National Viola Competition in Skierniewice(Poland).
She also won first regard in Szczecin. In 2013, as a member of the quintet, she was the winner of the second place in National Audition CEA. In 2014 she received second prize at the National Viola Competition in Gdańsk. Along with the ensemble she won second place in the folk music competition New Tradition, which was held under the patronage of Polish Radio. She also participated in The Juliusz Zarębski International Competition in Izabelin. There she was repeatedly awarded with special award. At the very end of her high school education was solo performance with symphony orchestra in The Concert Hall of The Polish Radio.
In 2019 she finished study at the Fryderyk Chopin Music University in Warsaw. In 2016 she participated in project Santander Orchestra, in the season 2016/2017 she was at the Sinfonia Varsovia Akademy where she was playing in Poland and abroad. In August 2017 she played in international I'Culture Orchestra. In 2017 she was principal viola in orchestra project Young Polish Philharmony. Her viola is made by master, the polish luthier Krzysztof Mróz in 2018. Since 2018 she is a member of European Union Youth Orchestra. From last year she is working in semi-professional Jerzy Semkow Polish Sinfonia Iuventus Orchestra.