Natalia Lesz is a Polish singer, actress and dancer. She was born in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, on July 27, 1981 to a reputable family. Natalia developed a love for the arts at a very young age, and was afforded the opportunity to explore her talents and spent eight years studying classical ballet at the National Warsaw Ballet School. After successfully completing her rigorous training as a ballerina, Natalia decided to extend her performing arts education beyond the Polish borders to the United Kingdom and ultimately the United States. Lesz went on to study drama and musical theater at the prestigious Tisch School Of the Arts, NYU, in New York City, where she graduated with honors earning a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts. She earned subsequent degrees in voice from CAP 21, and acting from the famous Stella Adler Conservatory and Lee Strasber Institute
In 2008, Natalia moved to Los Angeles, CA to begin working on her first studio album. She teamed up with Six-Time Grammy Award winning producer Glen Ballard, Multi Grammy Nominated producer Greg Wells, 30 year veteran producer and current Vice Chair of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences John Poppo, and accomplished music producers/songwriters Healther Holly, and Rob Hoffman. This powerhouse team has an impressive collective resume, producing projects for established artists such as Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Toni Braxton, Alanis Morrissette, and many more. Her hit single “Power of Attraction” from her self titled debut album premiered at #24 on the Billboard Music Charts.
Natalia found early success in her music career performing on major stages in the United States and Europe. She has opened for British-Lebanese Pop star Mika, French Jazz/Pop artist Patricia Kass, and her most notable opening for Celine Dion on her “Taking Chances” world tour. In 2011 Natalia released her sophomore studio album “That Girl” with the title track becoming certified Gold and one of the biggest hits in Poland.
Natalia has gone on to appear in numerous Polish television shows and series, and has received many awards for her work. In January 2009, Natalia was nominated by POPCORN magazine, as "The Best Polish Singer of The Year". The following month
she was nominated by members of the Phonographic Academy in the “New Faces” category of the prestigious Fryderyki Polish Music Awards where she won in her category. Lesz was later tapped as a celebrity contestant for the Eighth Season of the Polish Dancing with the Stars where she placed second.
Natalia is currently a spokesperson for an international campaign, promoting tourism in Georgia. She has received an honorary citizenship from Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili and is also a vocal humanitarian activist.