A Slovenian pianist and composer, based between Ljubljana, New York, Lisbon and Los Angeles, Natalija Saver began playing piano at the young age of 5, perfecting her technical abilities and unique sound as she grew into a professional artist. She finished her Masters in Piano with the renowned Professor Dubravka Tomsic-Srebotnjak, while working with personalities from the music industry such as Yuri Kot, Konstantin Bogino, Noel Flores, to name just a few. Upon concluding her formal studies in Eastern Europe, Natalija became part of the Arts Leadership program at University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles. There, she developed curiosity for visual arts. Inspired by the works displayed at the Steven Spielberg University Building and the USC School of Cinematic Arts, she pioneered what would become the masterpiece of her artistic career: Visual Piano Art & Concerts
With a range of performances across the globe, Natalija Saver distinguishes herself by her interpretation of classical pieces in combination with visual arts. Her performances allow for the triggering of all senses, reaching all audiences from people with a refine taste for classical music to the contemporary lover seeking a modern performance. From classical concert halls to corporate events, her performances engage with the audience like no other musical experience.
Classical concert Hall
From New York to Ljubljana, classical music is at the heart of her performances. Solos represent the core of her plays, ranging from Mozart to Beethoven passing by contemporary pieces of Ludovico Einaudi. Piano Concerto with orchestra are her epiphany, with distinction for Beethoven Opus 58.
Performances with classical Italian musicians represent some of her portfolio of performances in concert halls and corporate events throughout Italy. From Christmas Corporate Events to New Year Eve celebrations, it provides an explosion of colours and musical tons to be remembered forever.