During her career, Natalia has passionately championed accessible music education for all, particularly for children. She taught music theory and piano at the Cosmopolitan School in Berlin with the support of the Daniel Barenboim Foundation. 


I don’t aim to make a concert pianist out of each of my students. But learning to play a musical instrument helps to develop so many skills, such as coordination, communication, adaptability, decision making, that you cannot help but benefit whether you become a doctor, a writer or a pilot.

She continues to maintain a broad private teaching practice. Natalia is currently engaged in the project Töne sprechen, Worte klingen, which aims to introduce classical music and literature to children in a fun and accessible manner, to support various educational outreach programmes in Germany.

You can use free aid for teaching music to children created by Natalia and her family (in English & German).