Natalie won First Opera Woman Prize at the Marmande International Singing Competition, as well at two special prizes: the OFQJ prize, and the Michelle Herbé special Jury prize!

She also won the Foreign Young Talent prize at the Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques competition in Montréal in November 2019.

Upcoming CD releases:

May 2020 VENDADO ES AMOR, NO ES CIEGO, Jose de Nebra, in the role of Venus, with Alberto Miguélez Rouco and Los Elementos

December 2020 ORFEO, Monteverdi, in the role of Messaggiera, with Emiliano Gonzalez Toro and I Gemelli (Naïve)



The soprano Natalie Pérez impresses with a powerful voice, and great ease in her phrasing. Her timbre, modulated according to circumstances, is sometimes rounded, sometimes piercing. In the solemn air “See, even night herself is here”, the soprano shows an intimate voice, soft, with elegant phrasing. On the contrary, in the penultimate aria “Now the night is chas’d away” (Purcell), her voice imposes itself perfectly above the orchestra and the five other singers.
Nicolas Mathieu, Ôlyrix

Natalie Pérez’s Despina is charming and sparkling. Excellent actress, she imitates the doctor and the notary with originality. Her singing has a refreshing lightness. The singer projects a very believable charisma, convincing and efficient.
Sabino PENA ARCIA, classiquenews.com

Her high notes have beautiful assurance, and her vocal line is radiant.
Vincent BOREL, Opéra Magazine

A very accomplished Oberto by the young Natalie Perez, whose last aria expresses all the horror which the sorceress  inspires to him now that she shows her real nature: superb vocal progression into horror and inner injury.
Alexandre PHAM, Classique News

Bubikopf, a Natalie Pérez who delights with her luminous and well projected timbre
Emmanuel ANDRIEU, opera-online.com

Natalie Perez impressed with her brilliant voice, especially in the second Act with soft and light sparkling coloraturas, even at the top.
Carola JAKUBOWSKI, Opera Point

Have a listen!

Kennst du das Land – Beethoven (Goethe) 6 Gesänge, Op. 75: No. 1, Mignon. With Jean-Pierre Armengaud

Smanie Implacabili – Mozart (Da Ponte), Cosi fan tutte. Bordeaux Médoc international competition final

Laudamus te, B minor Mass – Bach Violin: Katharina Wolff Viola da Gamba: Jay Bernfeld Harpsichord: Nora Dargazanli
Non partir bell’idol mio – Mazzoni, Antigono David Stern, Opera Fuoco


First blog post!

New site launch!

After a few years with my old website, I have finally gotten round to freshening it up. A new site now compatible with tablets and smartphones – yes, I know, I should have done that a while ago. Here’s a little explanation as to why this was the right time for this update.