British soprano Natasha Page is in her second year at the Royal College of Music International Opera Studio where she holds the Huffner Scholarship. Prior to RCM, Natasha studied at the Royal Academy of Music graduating with an MA (Distinction) and DipRAM.
Natasha looks forward to working with Garsington Opera in 2021, covering the role of Adele in Le Comte Ory - Rossini. In March 2021, Natasha was due to play the role of Pamina - Die Zauberflöte - Mozart) for RCM International Opera Studio, but unfortunately due to COVID restrictions the production was cancelled. Instead, it was workshopped with orchestra. Natasha recently covered solos for the Royal Ballet’s production of Medusa (Royal Opera House). Previous operatic roles include a solo staged production of Les Illuminations - Britten (RCMIOS), Clarice (Il Mondo della Luna – Haydn, RCMIOS), Dorabella (Cosi fan Tutte - Mozart, Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra), Cleopatra (Julius Caesar – Handel, Kings Opera), and in scenes performances: Juliette (Romeo et Juliette - Gounod), Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni - Mozart), Poppea (L'incoronazione di Poppea - Monteverdi), Norina (Don Pasquale – Donizetti), Mimi (La Boheme – Puccini) and Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro – Mozart). She has performed as a Guest Artist with the Hertford Symphony Orchestra and de Havilland Philharmonic.
Natasha is a Making Music Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artist 2020-21, a Samling Artist 2021 and a former Leeds Lieder Young Artist 2018. She was awarded the Song Prize at the Mozart Singing Competition, Audience Prize at the Dean and Chadlington Competition, Recital Prize at the North London Festival of Music and was a Finalist at the Somerset Song Prize, Maureen Lehane Vocal Competition and Bampton Classical Opera Young Singers Prize. Concert highlights include include Messiah – Handel (Chichester Cathedral), Magnificat - Bach (Guildford Cathedral), Coffee Cantata - Bach (Amersham Festival of Music), Jauchzet Gott in Allen Landen - Bach (Hertfordshire Festival of Music) and Mass in C Minor - Mozart (Harrow School).
Natasha is grateful to be supported by the Help Musicians UK Sybil Tutton Award, the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the Kathleen Trust, the Clemence Charitable Trust, the Mario Lanza Educational Foundation, the Kentish Charitable Trust and the Josephine Baker Trust.