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PianoConVoce was founded in 2018 in Geneva, Switzerland by Polish pianist Inga Feter and American lyrical soprano Natalie Anston. 

The two women credit their close friendship as being the key to their unique sound.

They want to share their passion for music with all audiences and create an intimate connection with the listener

Always on the lookout for new music to broaden their repertoire, the two musicians create varied programs featuring Classical Music, Musical Theatre, French Chanson and Jazz with careful consideration of the relationship between the piano and the voice.


They are performing regularly in Switzerland, France and Germany e.g. at the Bal Viennois de Genève, the Fête de la Musique Lausanne and Fête de la Musique Genève, and have released two albums - "Christmas with PianoConVoce" in 2021 and "Dream with PianoConVoce" in 2023. 


Inga Feter, born in Warsaw, Poland, had her first piano lessons at the age of 7. She became a young student of Prof. Daniela Ballek in Mainz and studied later with Prof. Irina Edelstein at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main, Germany, where she completed her Bachelor of Music, Piano Pedagogy Diploma. Inga completed further studies with Prof. Ryszard Bakst in Manchester, UK, and with Prof. Lidia Grychtolówna in Mainz, Germany. She completed her Master's degree of Music. a Postgraduate Diploma as Performance Piano Soloist at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden, with renowned Prof. Staffan Scheja. Over the years, she took part in master classes with Andrzej Jasinski (Salzburg), Alla Blatow (Prague), Darryl Rosenberg (Boston), Laszlo Simon (Berlin), Yonti Solomon (London) and Emanuel Krasovsky (Tel Aviv). She won her first competition in Germany at the age of 11, with further prizes following over the years and took part in several international competitions such as the “Arthur Rubinstein in Memoriam” in Bydgoszcz and the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, Poland. She also recorded pieces by Chopin and Szymanowski for the Swedish Radio. At the age of 16, Inga gave her first piano solo recital and has been giving concerts ever since throughout Europe as performing soloist and chamber musician, i.e. at the United Nations in Vienna, the Gustav Mahler Festival in Jihlava, the Philharmonie in Luxembourg and with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra at the Stockholm Concert Hall. In 2017, Inga became a piano faculty member at the Music School of the International School of Geneva.

Natalie Anston, born in Tampa, Florida, USA, is a lyric soprano and had her first singing lessons with her elementary school teacher, Anita Vani at the age of 8. She was the youngest winner of the NATS Southeastern Regional Singing Competition at the age of 14. Natalie studied voice with Jennifer Cawely until was given a scholarship to study Voice at The Frost School of Music at University of Miami. She completed the Vocal Performance Program and after graduating with a BA in Music and minor in Theatre under Jana Sound, Dr. Dean Southern and David Malis, Natalie studied Opera with Stephen Smith of The Julliards School of New York and later with Jeanne Roth and Andreas Ortwein at the Conservatoire de Musique in Geneva, Switzerland. Additionally, she studied with renowned soprano Marina Lodygensky. During her studies, Natalie has been teaching opera at "Piccolo Opera" under the direction of Sophie Ellen Frank and Paul Hess in Geneva and since 2013, she has been teaching singing at the Simply Theatre Academy for Musical Theatre in Versoix, Switzerland. Natalie has been performing since childhood in the United States and Europe in Opera productions, e.g. Offenbach "La Vie Parisienne" and at the Summer Music Festival in Sameöns, France, and as soloist, e.g. at St George's Episcopalian Church Choir in NYC and in Pergolesi Stabat Mater in Geneva. Natalie has a diverse musical background, exploring various styles and genres. She has been composing and publishing her own music and has written several original  songs for PianoConVoce.

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