A native of Seville, this multifaceted artist has an artistic range that enables her to excel in various theater arts. She began her artistic formation in the Peña Torres Macarena de Sevilla singing as a soloist and accompanying flamenco dance. She later performed in important flamenco clubs (peñas) such as that of San Juan del Puerto (Huelva), the Peña of Moguer (Huelva), Los Siete Claveles (Sevilla) or the Peña de Martos (Jaén), Pastora Pavón (Arahal, Sevilla) among others. In the various Flamenco Festivals in which she has participated, among the most notable are those of Tomares, Pilas and Coria del Río, all in the Province of Seville. She has performed in the renowned flamenco clubs “Los Galllos”, “Casa Carmen” and the “Museum of Flamenco Dance of Seville”. She continues to appear in television programs such as “La Llama Viva” and “El Musical” on Canal Sur. She was also chosen to appear on the contest of TVE (Spanish Channel #1), “Top Artists” patronized by the famous Seville duo “Los del Río”.
In her extensive trajectory as a flamenco singer (“cantaora”), she has shared the stage with artists of the rank of José de la Tomasa, Jesús Heredia, Juan José Amador, Curro Fernández, Calixto Sánchez, Esperanza Fernández and La Paquera de Jerez, among others. Musicians of renown have accompanied Natalia, such as Manolo Franco, Martín Revuelo, Manolo Brenes, Manuel Molina, José Manuel Postigo, Tomatito and Dorantes. She has accompanied important artists of flamenco dance such as Javier Barón, Antonio Márquez, Alejandro Granados, Junco, Rafael del Carmen, Torombo, Marcos Vargas, Juan Polvillo, Carmen Ledesma and Lola Greco, among others.
Besides working with these Spanish flamenco artists, she has collaborated with other important Japanese companies such as that of Masamy Okada, performing in the Opera City of Tokyo and in the companies of Tsuneko Irimajiri and Tomoko Ishi. She offers various courses of flamenco song (“cante”) and rhythmic accompaniment (“compás”) for the Foundation Maruwa. Currently Natalia combines her performances in Flamenco Clubs and Stage in Seville with her trips to Japan, accompanied by prestigious artists.