Natasha Salles graduated in music in the University of Brasília (Brazil). In 2009, she started to study lyric singing at the School of Music of Brasília.
In 2010, she had her premiere as soloist in the National Theater of Brasília, in Mendelssohn’s 2nd symphony (Lobgesang).
In 2011, Natasha Salles won the IV Carlos Gomes Competition in Campinas (São Paulo), in the cathegory of best interpreter of Carlos Gomes. In the same year, she played the roles of Mademoiselle Silberklang (“Der Schauspieldirektor”, W. A. Mozart), and the roles Lauretta and Nella (“Gianni Schicchi”, G. Puccini), in Brasília. In 2011 and 2012, she was teacher (choir) in the School of Music of Brasília.
In 2012, she played Adina, (“L’Elisir d’Amore”, G. Donizetti), and Miss Wordsworth, (“Albert Herring”, de Benjamin Britten).
Since September 2012, she studies lyric singing at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Belgium. In January 2013, she presented songs and opera arias in a concert of Brazilian music, in Brussels.
In March, Natasha Salles played the roles of “Le Feu”, “La Princesse” and “Le Rossignol” (“L’Enfant et les Sortilèges”, M. Ravel) in the Royal Opera of Wallonie, in Liège, Belgium.
In 2014, Natasha Salles was awarded the “Prix de la Commune de Ans” in the competition “Les Nouveaux Talents de L’Art Lyrique” in Ans, Belgium.
In September, she was admitted into the National Superior Conservatory of Lyon for Music and Dance, France, in the class of Françoise Pollet.