Lyric coloratura soprano Natalie Young currently works as the Associate Artistic Director and Soprano Principal Vocal Artist at Heartland Sings in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Her performance experience covers a wide variety of styles from opera to pop. As an oratorio soloist, Ms. Young most recently sang in McCullough's Song of the Shulamite, Mozart's Requiem, Handel's Messiah, and Brahms' Requiem. She also maintains a busy concert schedule and most recently sang as a soloist in Heartland Sings' original productions: An American Pop Music Review, Life Goes On: A Country Music Show, and ART-V: The Musical. She also enjoys appearing as a guest artist with organizations locally and abroad and has sung principal roles with the Leonhardi Ensemble in Munich, Opera Naples, Lawrence Opera Theatre, Heartland Sings, and The Theatre in the Park. A member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Ms. Young maintains an active voice studio and is passionate about helping singers develop vocally while studying classical, musical theatre, and contemporary repertoire.