NatáLia Bálint graduated in 2016 from the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart and received her degree at the Institute for Vocals as an opera singer. Her teachers Dunja Vejzovic and Turid Karlsen.
In her hometown, Keszthely, she went to the József Egry Elementary School where she studied German as a special subject. During her high school years at the Miklós Zrínyi Grammar School in Zalaegerszeg her curriculum especially focused on German language teaching. In Budapest she studied international relations at the Zsigmond Király University and received her BA in economics, then went on to complete her postgraduate studies at the Corvinus University of Budapest where she mastered in international relations and received a degree as an international relations analyst. Her thesis was on cultural diplomacy and was graded as an excellent work.
Parallel to her studies she was working on her vocal skills under such masters as Magda Kovács, Sylvia Sass and Júlia Hamari. She attended four master classes given by Sylvia Sass and Thierry Pillon in 2008 and 2009 in Pezenas, France, in July 2010 in Eger, Hungary and in September in Paris. She appeared in musical films and in 2013 she sung Lauretta's aria in Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi" for a Canadian documentary made about Hungary. She appeared in Ivan Szenes' "If a pianino could talk..." a documentary that was selected as a competitor in the 2006 Los Angeles Film Festival. In addition to singing many opening theme songs for television, the Hungarian channel Duna Televízió made a film with her in 2008 titled "Do You Still Remember" (Emlékszel még) under the directions of György Sebők.
In 2017 she changed register from soprano to mezzo-soprano. In the same year she attended a master course in Italy held by Erkki Alste and Rita Ahonen (Stretta Artists Management). In the past 17 years she has given close to 500 concerts in different genres in places like Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Stockholm, London, Paris, Vienna, and other major cities in Zakarpattia Oblast, Slovakia, Serbia, Transylvania, Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Besides her theatre performances she is also active as a soloist singer of oratorios and masses. In 2015 she gave a soloist performance of the St John and St Matthew Passions on the invitation of the Tübingen Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2010 she wrote what is now known as the official anthem of her hometown of Keszthely, the song titled Town of Tales. In August 2011, at the crossroads of her civilian life and artistic career, she brought into life an international series of classical music events, the Keszthely-Class Festival and Master Class.
In 2012 she won a scholarship from the Richard Wagner Society of Stuttgart to study in the capital of Wagnerian opera, Bayreuth, where she further honed her artistic skills as a singer. In 2013 she received the Carl Dawis scholarship in Stuttgart.
She regularly strays from classical music to perform more popular music, and she also writes music herself. Rheinhold Urmetzer German composer wrote the Song of Thetis specifically to complement her voice in his 2016 dance theatre piece "Departing Ships." In the years 2014, 2015 and 2016 she was invited to sing the German national anthem at the national boxing championship in the Bavarian city of Straubing, then in 2017 accompanied by Evgeny Alexeev on piano she performed with considerable success a rendition of Michael Jackson's "We are the World" at the AIBA world boxing championship.