Natalka Pasicznyk is a soprano who achieved a First Class Music degree at King’s College London, while training with Professor Ryland Davies at the Royal Academy of Music. Past performances include the Royal Albert Hall and performing with the BBC Choir at Middlesex University as a member of the Barnet One Voice Choir, the Spirit of Ukraine Festival at Forty Hall, Enfield, and the Ukrainian community centre in Holland Park. She was also involved in King’s College London Opera Society’s production of Britten’s Turn of the Screw as Miss Jessel, Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia as Berta, Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel, as the understudy for Hänsel and a chorus member, and directed their production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas. A duet from Bach's Cantata BWV 80, performed at St John the Evangelist Church, Friern Barnet, led to two interviews with the Ukrainian department in the BBC World Service in her last year of sixth form. Since then, she has put on her own concerts, performing Ukrainian Art Songs as she is passionate about introducing them to a new audience. She is currently taking lessons with the renowned soprano, Nadine Sierra. Natalka looks forward to performing in more operas once venues are open again, such as the world premiere of Edward Nesbit's Antigone.
"Natalka’s voice is truly unique and can touch the heart of any listener."
"Her relation with the audience is symbolic of her natural talent for operatic theatre and shows her experience in adopting a variety of roles."
"My sister really enjoys lessons with Natalka because she is laid back, fun and very helpful."