Natasha Bratkovski's Adelaide is sensible and smart (and gloriously voiced). "
— Barbara Adams, Ithaca Times
American soprano Natasha Bratkovski is an active performer in the central New York area, where she was most recently engaged as the soprano soloist in Pergolesi's Stabat Mater in Auburn, New York as well as George W. Bush and Fidel Castro in Opera Ithaca's production of Bully Pulpit, an opera electronica by Kristin Hevner and Royce Vavrek. In addition to her first love opera, Natasha also greatly enjoys performing musical theater, and premiered the role of Ella in the FitzandStartz production of Rachel Lampert and Lesley Greene's musical Emmett & Ella: The Puppy Plot at the Kitchen Theatre Company. Another FitzandStartz credit includes Elvira in Fitz&Startz' previous production of The Mystery of the Magic Flute, an introduction to the music of Mozart for young audiences. She is excited to join the Fitz&Startz Productions associate artist roster for the 2018-19 season. Natasha also portrayed Mack/Mable in Precious Nonsense at the Auburn Public Theater during their previous season. The Gilbert and Sullivan inspired musical was recently voted one of the favorite CNY stage productions of 2017. This past summer, Natasha had her role debut as Ado Annie in Triphammer Arts' production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!