She is considered one of the most accomplished Greek flutists. Both Stuttgart- and Athens-based, she has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player at major halls and festivals throughout Europe, in Asia, Africa and South America.

She has been principal flute of the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra and has appeared among others with the Athens State Orchestra, Athens Camerata, Wuerttemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn, Stuttgart State Opera House (Kammertheater).

As a soloist she has performed with the Bosch Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart, Stuttgart University Academic Orchestra, Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Chania/Crete, Athens Youth Symphony Orchestra, Athens Philharmonia Orchestra, Universidad Mayor Orchestra Santiago/Chile.

She has recorded for Spektral Records (CD “Terra e Aria” music for flute & harp) and Utopia Music (CD/Book “CLAUDE DEBUSSY la musique à moi”), as well as for the Greek Radio & TV and the Bayerischer Rundfunk. In addition to her musical activities as a performer, Natalia Gerakis has shown a remarkable educational activity. Commitment to her art and success in teaching makes her highly regarded and sought-after flutist among international courses (Adams European Flute Center Masterclasses/Holland, International Forum for Flute and Piano/Luxembourg, German Musicians Association Courses, Springiersbach Summer Courses/GER, Camerata Europaea Academy/GR, Music Library of Greece Masterclasses/GR, Alliance Française Courses Lusaka/Zambia, Universidad Mayor Masterclasses Santiago/Chile).

She is flute professor at the Athens Conservatoire. In addition, she teaches the flute at the Music Department of the Athens National University and flute methodology at the State University of Music & Performing Arts Stuttgart (Staatliche Hochschule für Musik & Darstellende Kunst).

She has studied at the Nadia & Lili Boulanger Conservatoire in Paris (flute diploma with the “1er Prix de la Ville de Paris”) and the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart under Prof. Jean-Claude Gérard (master degree).