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 Biography 

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. Her recent performances include her debut as Susanna in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro (Ensemble Orquesta Academy), the role of Bessie Throckmorton in Edward German's Merrie England (Brent Opera) and her international debut as Mrs Hake in Eralys Fernandez's children’s opera, Mr and Mrs Hake and the Magic Princess Fish (Ireland). Natalka has been active in the Ukrainian community, having held Ukrainian art song concerts at the Holland Park Cultural Centre and, more recently, performing for charity concerts in King's Place Concert Hall and St Barnabas Church. In the past, she has been interviewed by the Ukrainian department of the BBC World Service about her musical endeavours as a third-generation Ukrainian soprano. Natalka has had lessons with renowned singers, such as Nadine Sierra and Barbara Bonney, and is now taking lessons with Patricia Rozario and Anita Morrison.

"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."