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Upcoming Shows:

March 12, 2024 – Palm Springs Opera Guild Dinner
Donors to the Palm Springs Opera Guild will be serenaded by local performers singing beloved arias, duets and quartets.
April 13, 2024 – St. James Chapel at Quigley Concert Series
Chicago, IL, Second Saturday Concert Series at 1 PM. Concerts are sponsored by Friends of the Windows and are free and open to the public. Saint James Chapel, 835 N. Rush St. Chicago IL 60611.
Natalie will be joined by long-time collaborator Jeffrey Panko for a lush program featuring Mahler’s Rückert-Lieder, Richard Strauss lieder, and Steve Danyew’s New England Folk Songs from Natalie’s most recent album on Albany Records.


Past Shows
Natalie was joined by long-time collaborator Jeffrey Panko on piano to much acclaim on their Portland, OR debut concert.  Featuring  Gershwin’s “Summertime” and the iconic “Knoxville: Summer of 1915” by Samuel Barber, the program  included chansons by Faure and a Pacific Northwest premiere of “New England Folk Songs” by Steve Danyew.
You can view the concert on YouTube HERE.
October 2, 2023 – Rancho Mirage Library Lecture Series 
Opera has many traditions – and one of the most famous is how the female heroine meets a tragic fate. The stereotype is so commonplace that it became a sports analogy when sportswriter Dan Cook penned in 1976, “The opera ain’t over until the fat lady sings.” In this lecture, we will observe how composers use soprano voices as tragic heroines, looking at the compositional and storytelling aspects of the operas. Natalie Mann, who holds a Doctor of Music from Indiana University, will present a fresh perspective on how listeners can evaluate operas. In addition to the lecture, she will also be performing arias from the selected operas live with pianist Bruce Mangum. This lecture is part of a two-day series.
Natalie Mann, soprano
Natalie is pleased to have released her newest album – Rendezvous in the Salon. Listen to it HERE on Spotify.

Selected Past Performances


Hélène, Presented by the Fine Arts Network, with Natalie Mann singing the title role.

Violetta in La Traviata with Capitol Opera

Suor Angelica with Riverside Lyric Opera, featuring Natalie Mann in the title role. 

Hanna Glawari in The Merry Widow with Independent Opera Company

Electra with Capitol Opera Company in highlights of Mozart’s Idomeneo

Nella in Gianni Schicchi with Riverside Lyric Opera

Lady Macbeth in Independent Opera Company’s production of Verdi’s Macbeth


Musical Theatre

Christine in Phantom of the Opera with College of the Desert  

Stepmother in Into the Woods with Performance Riverside

Anne in Rented Christmas with Escondido Players Theatre

Queen Aggravain in Once Upon a Mattress with Escondido Players Theatre

Miss Olsen in Promises, Promises with Downer’s Grove Players

Aldonza in Man of La Mancha on Indiana University Mainstage

Donna Anna in Pacific Opera Project’s production of Don Giovanni.

Orchestral Work

Beethoven 9th Symphony with La Jolla Symphony and Chorus, La Jolla, CA

Avak the Healer by Alan Hovhaness with the South Shore Orchestra

Soprano Soloist in Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis with the La Jolla Symphony and Chorus.

Featured soloist, “Flower Duet” by Delibes, Chicago Symphony Orchestra


Concert Series

Old Church Luncheon Concert Series, Portland, OR. Featuring, Knoxville: Summer of 1915. Natalie Mann, soprano and Jeffrey Panko, piano.

Rancho Mirage Library Concert Series, Rancho Mirage, CA. “A Classical Christmas” Natalie Mann, soprano and Bruce Mangum, piano.

Lunch Hour Rush Concert Series featuring Natalie Mann, soprano; Bridget Hough, piano; William Wood, bassoon.

Voyage à Paris (Rancho Mirage Library Music Series) in Rancho Mirage, California. With Jeffrey DeLeur on piano.

Fourth Presbyterian Church Noonday Concert Series. Featuring Schubert’s Shepherd on the Rock and works by Strauss, Boulanger, Faure and Blitzstein. With Jeffery Panko, Piano and Mark Allen, Jr., Clarinet. 

Classics at the MERC. With Ed Yarnelle, piano

Collaborative Chamber Concert featuring the works of David Conte and Marc Blitzstein. 

Go Red for Women Concert, Weill Concert Hall, Carnegie Hall, New York (solo debut)

South Shore Orchestra

Natalie had a wonderful time singing holiday music with the South Shore Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Troy Webdell. They toured all over China. Including sites like Xian, which are the bell tower photos, Ulanhot, Inner Mongolia, which are the folks in traditional dress, and Shanghai.

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