Natalie Greffel

 
 
 

Natalie Greffel is a Berlin based vocalist, instrumentalist, composer and arranger. She is known for her work with various projects as well as her stylistic flexibility.

Her entry into music began by coincidence, with her musically-untrained father buying her a children's keyboard after winning the lottery. In the beginnings of piano lessons with her sister's friend, the seeds of Natalie's artistic passions were planted.
After moving to Berlin in 2010, Natalie decided to pursue a music career, and since then has worked with several groups such as Radio Citizen, Onom Agemo and the Disco Jumpers, Kelvin Sholar, Karl Hector and the Malcouns and Natedal as both a singer, composer, lyricist and bassist

2017 she won the 6th creole Berlin-Brandenburg, the Global Beat Contest by WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN.


 

At WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN she curates concerts for the series WorldWideMusic in November/December 2019.


  


The WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN is funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.