Originally from Barranquilla, Colombia, Nathalia moved to the United States to study Music Therapy at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and later received a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Los Angeles. Her experience as a music therapist and early childhood music educator inspired her to use music as a tool for teaching her own children Spanish. In doing so, she had inadvertently written songs that would later become her debut children’s album. Since then, Nathalia’s unique bilingual approach to songwriting has made her a prominent voice in the world of children’s music. She has released five albums of original content, which were co-produced and performed by notable Grammy Award winners.
Nathalia has been a featured guest on Univision's 'Despierta America’, CBS's 'The Talk' and her music has been played on SiriusXM Kid’s Place Live. She has toured extensively in the US and South America performing at notable venues such as The Wallis (Beverly Hills, CA) Wolf Trap (Vienna, VA), Skirball Cultural Center (Los Angeles, CA), Los Libros Festival (Los Angeles, CA) and many more. Additionally, Nathalia was a grand-prize recipient of the John Lennon Songwriting Competition for her song “Frida Pinta”.
Nathalia cites her South American heritage and passion for bilingual education as driving forces behind the content she creates. From rock to salsa, Nathalia's songs are produced in a number of different musical styles and written with the whole family in mind.