The vibrations on the air are the breath of God speaking to man's soul.
Music is the language of God.
We musicians are as close to God as man can be.
We hear his voice, we read his lips, we give birth to the children of God, who sing his praise. That's what musicians are.
Ludwig van Beethoven
COMPOSER, PIANIST, CONDUCTOR, PEDAGOGUE, LINGUIST, INTERPRETER, WRITER, LIBRETTIST, ACTRESS, PAINTER, SOUND DIRECTOR
MEMBER OF THE UNION OF COMPOSERS AND MUSICOLOGISTS OF MOLDOVA
MEMBER OF THE COMPOSERS UNION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
BOARD MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR WOMEN IN MUSIC (IAWM)
MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN COMPOSERS FORUM
PRESIDENT OF THE GUILD OF YOUNG ART CREATORS
COLLABORATIVE COMPOSER AND ARTIST OF THE MUSICARIBE PROJECT INTERNATIONAL
In September 2020, Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha became the Collaborative Composer and Artist of the MusiCaribe Project International.
Interview with composer Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha for the Symphony Sunday radio program on the WDRT 91.9 FM in Viroqua, WI, USA.
The three-hour Symphony Sunday program aired on April 26, 2020 and was dedicated to the music by Igor Stravinsky, Alexander Scriabin, Johannes Brahms, George Crumb and Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha.
Now Natalia is preparing to release a new work. It is the Sympho-Suite "Master and Margarita" based on the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov for two solo violins, piano, youth choir, orchestra and actors.
Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha is twice selected as the COMPOSER OF THE DAY and COMPOSER OF THE WEEK: January 18th to 24th 2020 by the DONNE-Women in Music and DRAMA MUSICA.
In December 2019, Natalia was honored to join the American Composers Forum.
Music by composer Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha sounds on the air of radio stations from around the world: the USA, Canada, the Netherlands, Africa, Moldova and others.
Natalia’s new work: soundtrack for the Short Film “I Am Me” for the Grolsch Mobile Film Festival that was awarded the Second Prize.
New publication about Natalia in the Journal of the International Alliance for Women in Music:
Since October 2019, Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha has been a Board member of the International Alliance for Women in Music.
Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha won a grant from the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe Erasmus +.
In the fall of 2019, Natalia was invited to teach at A. Steffani Conservatoire, Castelfranco Veneto, Italia,
faculty of Teoria e Analisi, Composizione e Direzione.
In January 2019, Natalia became a member of the International Alliance for Women in Music.
Since the spring of 2019 Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha is the founder and president of the Guild of Young Artists.
Natalia Rojcovscaia-Tumaha joined the Composers Union of the Russian Federation on July 4, 2019.