Natalie is a pianist, harpsichordist, and organist from Cleveland, Ohio. She is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Oberlin, Ohio, where she received her Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance and Master of Music in Historic Keyboard Performance. While there, she studied organ with Jonathan Moyer and harpsichord with Mark Edwards and Webb Wiggins. She was awarded the Selby Harlan Houston prize in 2019, a prize given each year to a graduating student whose performance in organ and music theory is of distinguished quality.
Natalie has given recitals at St. Marks Cathedral in Seattle, Washington, and Trinity Lutheran and Church of the Covenant in Cleveland. She was a participant in the 2018 Bach Institute at Emmanuel Church in Boston, performed in recitals presented at Trinity Episcopal Church in Bloomington, Indiana during the 2019 Bloomington Early Music Festival, and has studied on numerous historic instruments in Germany. She was the organist at Bay United Methodist Church in Bay Village, Ohio. Currently, Natalie is pursuing her Doctor in Musical Arts in Organ Performance at Arizona State University, where she studies with Kimberly Marshall. She holds the position of organist at Desert Hills Presbyterian Church, in Carefree, Arizona.
Natalie has extensive experience teaching students of all ages, having taught alongside her mother at their family-run piano studio in Ohio since 2011. She served as the teaching assistant for the Arizona State University organ department, teaching organ and harpsichord lessons as well as general music history for undergraduate students.