Violinist Natalie Boberg is a versatile soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician. Her playing has been noted by Vijay Gupta of Street Symphony and the LA Philharmonic as, “Beautifully personal, with instincts that are so on.” Natalie made her debut as a soloist with the Utah Symphony in 2018, performing Mark O’Connor’s “Double Violin Concerto” with Maestro Connor Covington. Natalie has also appeared as a soloist with the Colburn Chamber Orchestra alongside Anne Akiko Meyers, the Lake Avenue Chamber Orchestra, and the Gifted Music School Chamber Orchestra. In national chamber music competitions, Natalie placed second at University of Michigan’s MPrize Competition, and medaled bronze at Pasadena Conservatory of Music’s national competition. Her summer endeavors include time spent at the Aspen Music Festival and School, Meadowmount School of Music, BU Tanglewood Institute, and Interlochen Center for the Arts. Natalie also studied conducting at the Colburn School with Maxim Eshkenazy, and performed and trained vocally for nine years in Los Angeles Children’s Chorus’ top Bel Canto choirs. Natalie currently performs on a 17th century violin made by the Italian master Tommaso Balestrieri.
Natalie’s mission is to share engaging musical experiences and the art of the violin with the world. She is particularly excited about contemporary music and collaborating with living composers and artists on new music projects. As a violinist, choral singer, dancer, and artist, she envisions unique programming that has wide-appeal and captures a new generation of classical music lovers. Alongside her work on the stage, Natalie maintains a studio of violin students, most recently as a Teaching Artist at the Boston Music Project through a Teaching Fellowship from the New England Conservatory of Music. Natalie is committed to nurturing the growth of new artists and aims to make classical music more accessible by creating inclusive, memorable experiences for all.