Professional violinist Natasha Turovsky first made a name for herself through her musical talent. In the early 1990s, she turned to a new form of artistic expression that held a growing fascination for her: using pictorial space as a place of experimentation. This allowed her to express another facet of her creativity. Since her first solo exhibition in Montréal in 1995, she has shown her works in more than 50 solo and group exhibitions around the world, including Barcelona, Cleveland, Boston, New York, Sarasota, Montréal, Quebec City and Hong Kong. Her work has been acquired by private and corporate collectors and can be found in the United States, Canada, England, Spain, France, Russia, New Zealand and China. Having assumed the artistic direction of the Orchestre Nouvelle Génération in 2013, each year she proposes new and more audacious productions, taking advantage of the two arts feeding off each other. As the creator of hundreds of pictorial works, Turovsky has also produced opera sets and canvases inspired by the musical cycles of Mahler (The Song of the Earth) and Mussorgsky (Pictures at an Exhibition).