Natalia Samarino is Bachelor in History from the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais. During her undergraduate years was academic emphasis in three periods of the course of history and was particularly guided by Professor Maria Virginia Trinity Valadares in the article "Johann Sebastian Bach as a Protestant man of the eighteenth century in Germany and the Lutheran expression in his work" (11 / 2004). He participated in the "I Exhibition of Brazilian music and Latin American" (5/2004), the Mini Course Literature and Memory in History Week "Building mineiro" (PROEX-PUC - 3/2003), History Week "40 years of the military coup of 64" (3 and 4/2004) and was selected for a course with archeologist Alenice Baeta, carrying out a survey of human prehistoric activities in Pedro Leopoldo region. In his monograph, "The Romantic Ballet in the city of Rio de Janeiro, the years 1849 to 1860", received the guidance of Caio Boschi and was honored with the highest score in the specialization. Ballerina formed by the Royal Academy of Dance where he obtained in all Vocational Graded Examination in Dance the concept Distinction. She worked as a dancer in Compahia SESI Minas Dance from 2001 to 2005. She taught dance history courses in Ballet Mariana Lopes, and is a teacher and coordinator at Ballet Cristina Vaz . Developed an annual course dance History of the Ballet Cristina Vaz. She is the artistic director of Pas de Quatre Dance Center.