At the tender age of 10, Natisha Lupton began her musical journey, weaving a spell as a talented vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. Starting with the haunting tones of the cello, she soon ventured into the mysteries of piano and bass guitar, while cultivating a soprano voice that evokes moonlit serenades.
As a luminary at the College of Idaho, Natisha's presence in the musical realm is both striking and profound. Her talents grace the 'Orchid Orchestra,' a collective that recently captivated audiences with their debut EP 'Love in the Afternoon,' immersing listeners in a world of shadowed romance. Whether harmonizing with the YVR Pop Choir and B-Roll or crafting darkly poetic arrangements as part of the Emo/Goth ensemble 'Midnight,' Natisha's versatility knows no bounds.
A notable highlight in her symphonic chronicle was her collaboration with Sacra/Profana during the Final Fantasy: Distant Worlds Tour, an enchanting moment at Comic Con in 2013. Drawing inspiration from muses such as Evanescence, Adele, and Nightwish, Natisha effortlessly bridges the gap between timeless classical melodies and the evocative rhythms of today.
Clad in vast musical knowledge and radiating a warmth akin to candlelight, Natisha stands not only as a skilled instructor but also as a guiding lantern, empowering her students to embrace their own songful destinies. Her dedication to her craft and ability to transcend musical boundaries make her a true force to be reckoned with in the realm of music.
Natisha is trained in The Connection Method and teaches voice to students of all levels. Caring, genuine, and supportive, Natisha is uniquely gifted at guiding singers to discover their true voice.