Natalie Polito

Senior Paralegal

With over ten years of arts administration experience as well as an active career as a soloist on the country’s finest opera and concert stages, Natalie Polito brings a unique perspective to her role as Senior Paralegal at Alter, Kendrick & Baron, LLP. Prior to joining the firm, she served as the Senior Program Associate for the Free for All Concert Fund, a foundation created to provide free, high-quality classical music to all people of Boston through support of a diverse portfolio of classical music organizations. Under Natalie’s leadership, Free for All reached over 60,000 audience members annually, in places ranging from public parks to subway stations to civic theatres. In 2013, she traveled to Vietnam to represent the Fund’s Charles Ansbacher Music for All Award and its mission of promoting reconciliation through music, while also presenting masterclasses in voice and performing an opera gala concert alongside Vietnamese opera singers at the National Academy of Music in Hanoi. Natalie is a founding member, former Development Director and current Board Member of Boston Opera Collaborative, one of Boston’s most vibrant opera companies, which produces innovative professional productions while providing vital development opportunities to emerging artists both on and off the stage. Natalie is an active opera singer whose performances have taken her across the country to the Santa Fe Opera, Sarasota Opera, Opera Saratoga, Opera Columbus, Virginia Opera, the Colorado Symphony, and the Santa Fe Symphony, among others. She received her Master of Music in Vocal Performance at The Boston Conservatory and her Bachelor of Music with Honors from Northwestern University.

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