Born in Mexico City. Cellist and improviser. Member of Generación Espontánea, Trío Filera, and LIMINAR. Natalia constantly collaborates with artists of diverse focus: poetry, performance, visual arts, dance, theatre, among others.

Natalia performs regularly in Foro de Música Nueva Manuel Enríquez, Festival Cervantino, Festival de la Ciudad de México, Ciclo Tonal Atonal, and others. She has performed in several halls in Mexico and in other countries.

Awarded a scholarship by FONCA (National Foundation for the Arts and Culture) in 2005-06 under the category of performers with the project “The cellist is an installation”, which proposed contemporary music recitals for cello solo in museums and galleries, which brought her closer to the contemporary repertoire for cello and let her play some of the most important pieces of the repertoire.

Member of the Carlos Chavez Symphony Orchestra on 1993-2003, in this same period she performed with other orchestras of Mexico City and Toluca (OFUNAM, OSN, OFCM, OCBA, OSEM). She studied in the Center for Musical Research in Mexico, in Escuela de Perfeccionamiento Ollin Yoliztli (Mexico), University Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh, where she obtained her Master of Fine Arts Music Performance, and in the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Some of her professors are Alvaro Bitran and Nancy Green.

Natalia has composed music for short films, video, and theatre.