Born in Russia, Natalia Tchitch made her studies of violin and viola in Central Music School and Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow with Maria Sitkovskaya and Fyodor Drouzhinin. She continues viola studies in Reina Sofía Music School in Madrid with Gerard Caussé. During her studies, she was awarded the special price of the competition Lionel Tertis in England (2000) and Grand Prix in the International viola competition in Almati (2001).
Since 1997, when she moved to Spain, Natalia Tchitch was a former member of Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia in Coruña and Opera de Paris Orchestra. As a soloist she appeared in stages of Montpellier Radio France Festival, Festival Sully, Festival of Santander among various others and in several occasions in different european halls. Chamber music and pedagogy are most important elements of Natalia Tchitch work.
She performs with musicians as Augustin Dumay, Gordan Nicolic, David Grimal, Isabelle Faust, Alain Meunier, Philippe Graffin, Pascal Moragues. From 2002 she plays in string trio with violinist Tatiana Samouil and cellist Pavel Gomziakov. Regulary performs In France and Spain with the musicians of the young generation, Since 2006 till now she is a regular member and leading viola of Ensemble Les Dissonances, In 2003 she was appointed assistant in viola class of professor Gerard Caussé at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris, and since 2007 she is a professor of viola at the Academy “MUSIKENE” in San Sebastian in Basque Country.
Natalia Tchitch plays a viola “Harold” by Jaques Fustier, Lyon, made in 1985.