Natasha Page studies with Rosa Mannion at the Royal College of Music International Opera Studio. She is grateful for the support of the Huffner Scholarship, the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the Clemence Charitable Trust, the Kathleen Trust, the Mario Lanza Educational Trust and the Josephine Baker Trust. Prior to RCM, Natasha studied at the Royal Academy of Music graduating with an MA (Distinction) and DipRAM.
Natasha recently covered solos for the Royal Ballet’s production of Medusa (Royal Opera House). Upcoming roles include a solo staged show of Les Illuminations - Britten (RCM International Opera Studio). Previous roles include Clarice Il Mondo della Luna – Haydn (RCM International Opera Studio), Dorabella Cosi fan Tutte – Mozart (Covent Garden Chamber Orchestra), Donna Anna Don Giovanni - Mozart (CGCO), Cleopatra Julius Caesar – Handel (Kings Opera), Norina Don Pasquale – Donizetti (Cinque Terre Scenes), Mimi La Boheme - Puccini (RAO Scenes) and Susanna Le Nozze di Figaro - Mozart (RAM VF Scenes). Natasha is a London Festival Opera Young Artist.
On the concert platform, recent performances include Mass in C Minor - Mozart (Harrow School), Magnificat - Bach (Guildford Cathedral), Coffee Cantata - Bach (Amersham Festival of Music) and Jauchzet Gott in Allem Landen - Bach (Hertfordshire Festival of Music). Natasha has performed as a Guest Artist with the Hertfordshire Symphony Orchestra, the de Havilland Philharmonic and the Maltings Sinfonia. A keen recitalist, she was a Leeds Lieder Young Artist, winner of the Song Prize at the Mozart Singing Competition, the Audience Prize at the Dean and Chadlington Competition, the Recital Prize at the North London Festival of Music and was a Finalist at the Somerset Song Prize, the Maureen Lehane Vocal Competition and the Bampton Classical Opera Young Singers Prize. Natasha was delighted that one of her recordings was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 for International Women’s Day.
Natasha has taken part in public masterclasses with distinguished artists such as Dame Emma Kirkby, Angelika Kirchschlager, Christiane Karg, Sophie Daneman, Malcolm Martineu, John Mark Ainsley and Helmut Deutsch.