About

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Photo by lanispice.com

Natali Shaked is a versatile artist who embodies the creative life and she is as much of a visual, performing and making artist as she is musical.

After achieving a BA Hons. in Songwriting and Dipl. Audio Engineering she continued her dynamic career in music as a writer, performer and teacher.

Amongst writing with and for other artists such as Lyosun, Livya Cahlo and Heather Waters she has also written for shows such as How to be Good in Bed, gained a great following through the release of her EP entitled Hands, Feral City and has featured on radio where she shared the writing process of her “24 hour record” hat trick.

Her professional singing career began in her early teens and since then she has fronted many bands, headlined some of London’s most famous venues and performed in various cities all over the world. Her emotive, theatrical performances, elaborate costume creations and interactive stage designs pull audiences into her colourful world of magic. No matter where she goes, Natali is known for her ability to get even the toughest of crowds on their feet!

Natali aims to uplift and unite and eloquently uses the stage as one of her platforms to share her messages of positivity, love and empowerment. She has curated and promoted many of her own events including F.Empower, Ladies of Quirk (Richmix, London), Cosy Acoustics and the Dancing Waters Festival (Passing Clouds).

As well as a Children’s Party Entertainer, Natali teaches Music, Drama & Dance for Award Winning Lucy Sparkles & Friends. She is passionate in her work with children and loves seeing the positive effects performing arts has on their lives.

Natali runs Workshops in London and Cape Town and offers her skills and expertise as a vocal, performance, recording and Songwriting Coach.

Outside of music, her interests are varied. They include making things such as earrings and household furniture, gardening (as she loves growing her own food), painting, cooking, attending art exhibitions and films, dancing and generally being outside, particularly on a sailing boat.