Natalia was born in Moscow in 1986. After finishing Children’s Musical School № 21 named after Johann Sebastian Bach majoring on piano and organ speciality (the teacher E. D. Krivitskaya), Natalia entered Academic Musical College under Moscow State Conservatoire with majoring of organ (the teacher is a deserved worker of the culture of the Russian Federation G. V. Semenova).
In 2005 Natalia became a prize-winner of the second prize of the First Moscow Contest of young organists (Moscow).
In 2006 she graduated from College with honours and entered Moscow State Conservatoire named after P. I. Chaikovsky with the department of piano on organ speciality (the class of the professor N. N. Gureeva).
During her education, Natalia performed her own concerts regularly and took part in cities and towns of Russia and Europe (Germany, France, Holland) including solo sections in the Bolshoy Hall of Conservatories in Moscow and Astrakhan.
In 2011 Natalia graduated from Moscow State Conservatoire named after P. I. Chaikovsky with honours and entered post-graduate course of Moscow Conservatoire and also passed the exam to the magistrates of High Musical School in Lübeck (class of Arvid Gast, a professor and titular organist of the Church of Saint Jacob in Lübeck, Germany) and finished this school with the highest mark in 2013.
In June 2014 she graduated from Moscow State post-graduate study of Moscow Conservatoire named after P. I. Chaikovsky with honours.
Since October 2014 she has been an Assistant of the main organist of the Church of Saint Mary in Lübeck (Germany).
In 2017 graduated her education on church faculty of the Highest Musical School in Lübeck (the class of the prof. Arvid Gast (organ), prof. Hartmut Rohmeyer und prof. Franz Danksagmüller (Improvisation), prof. Johannes Knecht und Frank Hube (Chor- und Orchesterleitung) in Lübeck).
Since February 2018 she has been an Organist of the Church of Saint Severini in Hamburg. (Germany).
In July 2012 Natalia took part in the third International festival of organ music "Jubilate Deo" (Kaunas, Lithuania). In 2013 she performed her own concert in the International festival "Romantic organ of White nights" (Saint Petersburg).
Natalia attended master classes of main organists of the world such as L. Rogg, Y. Trummer, G. Rost, B. van Osten, A. Gast, L. Lohmann, H. Romayer, O. Latry, L. van Dusselaar and O. Latry.
In summer 2007 she took part in Summer Academy in Grats (Austria). In 2008 Natalia had probation period in the Summer Academy of organists in Harlem (the Netherlands) with professors Ben van Osten, Leo van Dusselaar, O. Larty.
21.-29. November 2007 - V Organcompetition Kazan (Russia) - Diplom
5.-15. September 2008 - I Internationale Alexander-Goedicke-Organcompetition (Moskau, Russia) – Diplom
14.-22. September 2011 - II Internationalen Alexander-Goedicke-Organcompetition - 2 Prize
4.-14. Juni 2012 - XVIII Internationaler Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Competition (Leipzig, Germany) - Sonderpreise: Urtext-Preise Bärenreiter
XII Internationaler Gottfried-Silbermann-Organcompetition 2013 (Freiberg, Germany) - Finalist
4 Internationaler Buxtehude-Organcompetition (Lübeck, Germany, 2015) - 3 Prize