M.A. Music & Music Education with a Vocal Pedagogy specialization, Columbia University
B.S. in Music Education with a Vocal Performance specialization, Hofstra University
Natalie Gray is a passionate teaching artist, soprano, pianist, and composer/arranger. She holds a Master of Arts in Music & Music Education with a Vocal Pedagogy specialization from Columbia University. Natalie’s career as a musical theatre, jazz, and singer-songwriter soloist took her to prominent New York venues, including Merkin Hall at Lincoln Center, Rockwood Music Hall, Birdland, the Metropolitan Room, and the Hard Rock Cafe. Past stage performance credits include: The Zimmer Girls (Zena) at The Actor’s Temple in NYC; Tess, a new rock opera (Nancy) at the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity in NYC; Don Giovanni (Zerlina) and Cabaret (Fräulein Kost) at Adams Playhouse. Currently, Natalie is on Voice Faculty for Molloy University’s CAP 21 Musical Theatre Program. She also serves as the Director of Vocal Technique Across Genres, part of Every Voice Choirs, a not-for-profit organization for singers in the developing communities of NYC. She holds her own voice, piano, and songwriting studio, teaching students around the world. Most recently, Natalie recorded and released a brand new singer-songwriter EP of original music titled ‘Wings,’ under Grammy nominated producer Paul Moak in Nashville. This is now available on all streaming platforms. Please visit www.nataliegraymusic.com for more information.