Natalia Farrugia is a multi-instrumentalist now based in West London.
Natalia began learning to play Violin at the age of 5 before she developed the interest to increase her music education by also taking Piano lessons (at aged 7) and saxophone lessons (at the age of 9). At just 10 years old, Natalia was accepted into the main programme of Junior Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where she furthered her studies on all three instruments, as well as completing her GCSE in Music, her A Level in Music Technology and performing in notable venues such as LSO St. Luke’s, Cadogan Hall and Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank. When Natalia was 18, she graduated from Trinity after 8 years, and enrolled at London College of Music.
Whilst with LCM, Natalia has performed as a session musician, orchestral musician, and a soloist at Abbey Road Studios. Since graduating from university, Natalia has been working with Hounslow Music Services, teaching both primary and secondary school children. Furthermore, she has since set up a string quartet called “Belle Quartet”, and has performed in a variety of venues across the South of England whilst on tour with Jukebox 1264 and Lewes Big Band.