Natalie Granger, soprano, is a recent graduate of George Mason University, receiving a Master of Music in Vocal Performance. A native of Colorado, she was previously seen in University of Northern Colorado’s productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, La Rondine, La Traviata, and Carmen, among others.
Equally comfortable performing oratorio, she was featured as a soprano soloist, performing the Mozart Regina Coeli with the Greeley Chorale in the spring of 2016. She is actively working with Washington National Cathedral's Cathedral Choral Society as a member of their pro-core. Natalie is currently a student of renowned soprano, Danielle Talamantes.
Natalie is currently managed by Vocal Artists Management.
Natalie was a regional finalist in the 2017 National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition of Voice.
In the summer of 2017, she traveled to Novafeltria, Italy to perform the roles of Suor Dolcina in Suor Angelica and cover Zerlina in Don Giovanni with La Musica Lirica. While at Mason she performed the roles of Leila (Iolanthe), The Dew Fairy (Hansel and Gretel) and Cis (Albert Herring). In 2017, she was a finalist at the Regional NATS competition, qualifying her for the National competition.
Natalie as Suor Dolcina in Puccini's Suor Angelica with La Musica Lirica (2017).