“At the sound of her voice the audience is immediately charmed.” ~ BmoreArt, 2014
Natanya Sheva Washer was the first youth soloist to perform with the El Paso Symphony in 2007. She was the one millionth dollar recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Scholarship Award of $10,000. Experienced in solo recitals and performance since her symphony debut, Ms. Washer has performed with various venues and artists mostly in the Baltimore and El Paso area. She made her debut as an international soloist in October 2013 singing with “Britain’s Got Talent” winner, Paul Potts, and the Juarez Symphony Orchestra.
With the BSO under Marian Alsop, Ms. Washer was in the chorus of Honeggar’s Jeanne d’Arc au bûcher at Carnegie Hall in 2011. With the Peabody Singers and the Concert Artists of Baltimore directed by Edward Polochick, she performed Orff’s Carmina Burana at the Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric Opera House in 2012.
Currently the soprano soloist at Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian, Ms. Washer has premiered choral works as the featured soloist with the Tiffany Concert Series. She has been recorded for posterity by the Maryland Historical Society as part of the official tribute to J. Spenser Hammond.