Natalie Turner is a Mezzo-Soprano from Warwick, Rhode Island, and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Vocal Performance at the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins. Natalie specializes in “pants roles” or roles where mezzo-sopranos portray young men. Her statuesque height and love of acting allow Natalie to dive into these roles with ease.Recently, Natalie had the pleasure of portraying the iconic “pants role” of Cherubino from Le Nozze di Figaro with the Saluzzo Opera Academy in Saluzzo, Italy. Natalie’s natural comedic personality flourished with Cherubino receiving a standing ovation for her performance. Currently, Natalie is looking forward to performing the role of Hansel in Nicholas Hersh’s new jazz arrangement of Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel with the Peabody Institute and Annapolis Opera Company.

Natalie Turner, photography by Brit Olsen-Ecker


Showcased here are recent recordings of Natalie performing. These are updated regularly!Below is also a link to Natalie’s full YouTube Channel.

Upcoming Engagements

March 2024

March 14th-16th- 7:30 pm
March 17th- 3:00 pm

Chorus, “Die Fledermaus” by Strauss II
Peabody Conservatory, Friedberg Hall (Baltimore, MD)

March 27th 7:30 PM

Soloist, "An Oriole" by Noah Parady
Peabody Conservatory, Cohen-Davison Hall (Baltimore, MD)

APRIL 2024

April 22nd

Sylvia Green Concerto Competition, Participant
Edward Elgar's "Sea Pictures" op. 37
Peabody Conservatory (Baltimore, MD)

More to be announced soon!

Full artist biography and resume


Contact Natalie Turner regarding concerts, opera engagements, or voice lessons.[email protected]