Professional Biography

1969 Born as Natalya Aleksandrova in Engels, Saratov Region, Russia.
1975-1983 Gnesin Musical School in Rostov upon Don
1984-1988 Rostov Musical College of Arts, special qualification in piano(pedagogy and coaching)
1988-1993 Advanced Studies in Piano, Gnesin Academy of Music in Moscow, B.A., concert pianist, musical pedagogue, coach
1990 Guest chamber music performance, New York
1991/1992 Concert tours in Germany (chamber music for saxophone and piano)
Since 1993 Residence in Berlin, engagements as concert pianist, piano teacher, and piano accompaniment
1995 Piano accompaniment to Barbara Thalheim’s farewell program Abgesang(TV program of MDR)
1996 Pianist in the theater program ”Into the Woods” at the Harzer Bergtheater Thale, Germany. Thereafter regular engagements at theaterhouses, among others at the Gerhart Hauptmann Theater of Zittau and the Theater Vorpommern, Germany.
Since 1997 Regular performances as piano soloist as well as concert pianist with orchestra at the Berlin Concert Hall (Schauspielhaus)
1999 First CD: Day and Night - Russian Gipsy Songs and Romances (Artist & Entertainment Berlin; Order No. RR 13699)
10/2000 arte TV program Dichterliebe (by R. Schumann) with Christine Schäfer (voc.).
  Thereafter occasional performances as solo singer with her program: “Natascha Osterkorn sings Russian Gipsy Songs and Romances” at theatre stages, cabaret stages as well as in music clubs. Concert tours with this program in South Korea, China, England, Russia, Poland, Germany, Austria, Swizerland, Norway, France and USA.
2003 Piano accompaniment to the price-winners of the famous Tchaikovsky Contest at their concert tour in South Korea
2004 Second CD: Gipsy Fantasies (Artist & Entertainment Berlin; Order No. RR 16004)
2009 Second CD: always happy - modern gipsy music (Artist & Entertainment Berlin; Order No. RR 17808)

Seit einigen Jahren Auftritte als Sängerin, mit ihrem Programm:


„Das Zigeunerlager zieht in den Himmel“

Natascha Osterkorn singt russische Zigeunerlieder und Romanzen in Theatern,

Konzerthäusern und Kleinkunstbühnen.




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