Nata’s adventure as a musician started when she only was four years old. As both her parents were musicians, music was not an unfamiliar thing. From her exceedingly early childhood, she practically grew up in the Opera house where her mother worked at that time - which meant attending all the rehearsals and performances.
At the age of seven, she started participating in competitions, auditions for different projects and festivals. On her big competition in Georgia, Tbilisi in 2007, she got a special prize and a certificate for the best participant of the competition. After this, she started taking part in the international competitions which included countries like Luxembourg, Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Germany, Switzerland etc.
She has also won first prizes and special awards through out the years for the best chamber performance.
She also performed different violin concertos with the symphonic orchestra every year - the most memorable of all was when she performed Brahms Violin Concerto in D major in the big hall of Tbilisi Conservatory while she was only 13 years old.
In 2018, she was admitted in Conservatorium van Amsterdam for bachelor’s degree in the class of Ilya Grubert and Kees Koelmans – later in her studies she decided to continue her violin lessons with Peter Brunt.
Currently, Nata is playing in Damsco Quartet as a violinist under the guidance of NSKA - Netherlands StrijkKwartet Academie. For more information about Damsco Quartet, visit the website
She has been and is part of many different orchestras and ensembles such as:
Neue Philharmonie München - Germany
Jong Metropole - Netherlands
Nationaal Jeugdorkest (NJO) - Netherlands
Opera Academies - BOA (Berlin)
Kamerata Zuid - Netherlands