Natalya Pavlova is a rising star in the world of Opera. She has worked under the guidance of musicians such as Valery Gergiev, Gianandrea Noseda, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Vladimir Spivakov, Teodor Currentzis, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Fuat Mansurov, Ennio Morricone, Ion Marin, Evan Rogister and Yuri Bashmet.
Her repertoire includes the roles of Violetta in La Traviata, Mimì in La Boheme, Marguerite in Faust, Michaela in Carmen, the title role in Rusalka, Tatiana in Eugene Onegin, Tamara in Demon, Marfa in The Tsar’s Bride, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, the title role Iolanta and Nastasia Filippovna in The Idiot.
Natalya Pavlova performs regularly in a series of concerts and half-concert versions of Soviet operas, including the roles of Gemma in The Gadfly by Antonio Spadavecchia, Lisa Brichkina in Dawns here are quiet by Kirill Molchanov, Natalia in Into the Storm by Tikhon Khrennikov, Natasha in Not only Love by Rodion Shchedrin and Suzanne in Orango by Dmitri Shostakovich. Other repertoire includes the title roles in the following mono-operas: Letter from an Unknown Woman, Anna Akhmatova and The Diary of Anne Frank.
Natalya Pavlova has performed touring in the USA, North Korea, Poland, Germany, Italy, England, Spain and France. In 2010 she recorded the album “The Front Roads Songs” (Dmitry Shostakovich’s arrangement) released by the Toccata Classics.
In April 2016, Natalya participated as Tatiana in Eugene Onegin at the Bulgarian National Opera and Ballet Theatre. In May 2016, she became a member of the concert project of Esa-Pekka Salonen Stravinsky: Myths & Rituals performing Mavra at the London’s Royal Festival Hall. In May 2016 she performed with Anna Netrebko, Ildar Abdrazakov and other world opera soloists at the festive concert “Classics on Palace Square” in St. Petersburg. In November 2016 Ms. Pavlova has performed Dmitri Shostakovich’s From Jewish Folk Poetry song cycle and in November 2017 Dvořák’s Requiem under the direction of Ioan Marin at the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg.
In May 2017, she made a significant debut at the Spoleto Festival in USA as Tatiana in a new production of Eugene Onegin directed by Chen Shi-Zheng and conducted by Evan Rogister. In November 2017 Natalya debuted at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg as Anna in the mono opera by G. Frid. In January 2018, Natalya made her acclaimed debut at the Teatro Regio in Turin as Liù in Turandot, directed by Stefano Poda and under the baton of Gianandrea Noseda. In June 2018 Natalya returned to the Spoleto Festival to sing in Atom Egoyan’s You Are Mine Own, a staging of Zemlinsky’s Lyric Symphony. She also sang the German Requiem by Johannes Brahms with Westminster Choir.