She first encountered the genre of aerial acrobatics at the age of 26 at a circus theater performance at the Trafó (House of Contemporary Arts) in Budapest.
Performers of the Circus Cirkör presented a show to the audience in a way that was both surreal and completely natural. While she was admiring them, a strong feeling of desire came over her: I'm going to be an aerialist, no matter what it takes.
The decision was followed by action. Natália became a student at the Alternative Circus School in Budapest, then an artist for the “offline:ontheater” company.
Following this she became the singing and violin playing aerialist of the Capital Circus. This strange pairing was strongly inspired by Frigyes Karinthy's short story "Circus" and her teacher Tünde Vincze, who knew that she was the person able to put impossible ideas to reality.
And what followed next is already a little miracle...
With her short solo act called “Migrant Heart”, Natália performed in many circuses, theaters and variety shows from Mongolia to Mexico, from Spain to Guatemala. Always pushing the limits of her physical capacity to obtain some world record moves and spectacular technical skills.
In the meantime, in order to satisfy not only her thirst for adrenaline, but also that of an artists, Natália performed to the best of her ability at international circus festivals and was able to win first prizes in Warsaw and St. Petersburg against the best circus professionals in our industry.
Since then she retired from the stage and works as a coach in several pole and aerial acrobatics studios in Budapest. Natalia currently works on her Masters in Theatre Science following her university degree in International affairs and her goal is a PHD.