Award-winning Multi-instrumentalist and composer born in the Mexican border, amid the social transition between two cultures, has dedicated her life to spreading contemporary traditional music of northern México worldwide and teaching to young students in rural comunities. Natalia has performed in important stages and musical festivals around the world, such as the Smithsonian Folk Festival 2009 in Washington, D.C.; the Music Festival in Pretoria, South Africa, the Autumn Festival in Paris, France, the Verk&Verkhart festival in Austria, the Music Festival in Bogotá, Colombia, Arts Festival in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; and the International Festival of Music in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rainforest World Music Festival in Malaysia, and International Music Festival in San Jose, Costa Rica. She has being a member of worldwide recognized musical groups like Son de Madera, Tierra Mestiza Ensemble, Rodolfo Mederos Orchestra, and a session violinist for Sony music, Telemundo and many others. She began to play violin at the age of 7 years with Karina Bezkrovnaia, later studied at the conservatory of roses in Morelia, Mexico. She specialized in tango and folklore in Buenos Aires, Argentina for 4 years, since then, she has been teaching and performing at musical festivals.