photo by @juhahansen

Natalia Steinbach is a New York City violinist, vocalist, composer, educator, and visual artist based in Brooklyn. She performs classical music and a variety of contemporary and popular genres, as well as offers private violin and viola instruction. Natalia performs as soloist, singing-violinist, chamber musician, in orchestral ensembles, as well as with groups/bands and performance artists. She is  available for hire for concerts, shows, events, benefits, and more. She has performed throughout the US as well as internationally.

Natalia specializes in classical, experimental, contemporary, and improvisatory music as well as modern and popular genres including rock, pop, indie, folk, and more. She composes and performs for solo violin and voice as well as collaborates with other musicians and artists from all over the world. Her current and recent projects include her solo experimental classical art-song/theatrical/neoclassical works as  WaterLynx, experimental and improvisational duo SLEEP TALK with percussionist David Grollman, contemporary/improvisational duo with violinist/violist/composer Leah Asher, and the experimental, classical, and performance art duo Naked Roots Conducive with   cellist/vocalist Valerie Kuehne. Natalia recently performed at MoMA PS1 with artist Colin Self as part of his sci-fi multi-media opera “Siblings” (Elation VI) and with Nate Gebhard of Spaceheater productions for the performances of SAINT EX with the SO-FI Winter Festival at Torn Page.

Steinbach will be releasing her debut solo album The WaterLynx EP in March 2019. The album features Natalia’s melancholic and ferocious pieces, layered intricately with passionate vocals and violin. It will be available for digital download soon. Natalia is also performs frequently with the New York Chamber Players Orchestra and Orchestra Amadeus and is involved in several new chamber projects as well as collaborations with other composers, singer-songwriters/bands, actors and dancers. Most recently Natalia has been working with violist, composer, and soprano Allyson Clare in the WaterLynx Duo as well as with Michael Hafftka, Yonat Hafftka, and Cameron Mizell in experimental improvisational group Feeding Goats. Natalia also collaborates with Animal Engine and their theater production “Petunia and Chicken”. Natalia teaches private and group lessons at Sameach Studios in Borough Park as well as at Deeper Life Bible Church in Bed-Stuy as well as privately.

Steinbach also coordinates and curates a series at Bushwick Community DarkroomOmniCortex: a mostly new music and performance series at BCD. The 5th and first concert of the year is coming up on on 3/16/19. 

Coming up Soon…


OmniCortex #5 Saturday March 16th 8pm at Bushwick Community Darkroom in Brooklyn, New York Featuring Amos Fisher, Leah Asher, Feeding Goats with Michael Hafftka, Yonat Hafftka, Cameron Mizell and more

FB Event

Brown Paper Tickets $10 in advance/ $15 at the door


OmniCortex #6 Saturday April 27th Featuring Comedians Ian Goldstein and Sam Corbin, as well as Singer and Multi- Instrumentalist Malini Srhidarhan

To see a full list of Natalia’s upcoming performances and events please visit her events page

To hear and see some of Natalia’s performances and original work please visit her bandcamp page and music page

To contact Natalia for more information and bookings email her at or go to her contact page.

My music and art is about surviving devastation through the beauty of creation. There is beauty in sadness, suffering, and pain as well. Once there is     acceptance of these feelings and emotions, the beauty can be revealed. We do not need to push away or ignore tragedy or great loss or trauma. If we can accept it, not be enslaved or imprisoned by it, and eventually overcome the devastation, the true beauty
reveals itself.”