Natasha Marsh is an operatic soprano, from England who made her debut with Grange Park Opera in Fortunio by Messager and sang the roles of Governess in Britten's The Turn of the Screw and Donna Elvira on Mozart's Don Giovanni. She also created the title role in Michael Berkeley's opera Jane Eyre for Music Theatre Wales. She has also appeared in Opera Holland Park's La Boheme, Micaela in Carmen at the Royal Albert Hall and First Lady in The Magic Flute with Glyndebourne Touring Opera. She also sang Ilia in Idomeneo for Opera North and the following year sang Pamina Die Zauberflote for Opera Zuid. She performed in Giordano's Fedora at Opera Holland Park.
Natasha's festival appearances include the Birmingham Early Music Festival, the London Handel Festival, the Beaumarais Festival and at the Teatro Calderón in Spain. Her oratorio work includes Tippett's A Child of our Time, the Messiah at the Arlosen Festival, the Mozart Requiem with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and Silete Venti with the London Handel Festival Orchestra at Windsor Castle. Natasha has performed with Harry Christophers and The Sixteen and making her BBC Proms debut in Handel's Samson. She also performs regularly at Raymond Gubbay's classical Spectacular evenings.
Natasha Marsh signed an exclusive recording contract with EMI Classics in September 2006 and her debut album "Amour" was released in February 2007. It entered the UK Classical Artist Chart at No.1
She toured with G4 in December 2006, with Russell Watson in March 2007 and also embarked on a European summer tour with Il Divo. In April, Natsha took part in the first-ever Classic FM web-cast concert alongside tenor Alfie Boe and in May made an appearance at the Classical Brit Awards 2007 ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall