Natalya Mironova is a native of Moscow. She graduated from the Maurice Thorez Moscow State Linguistic Institute (MSLU) in 2001, Department of Humanities and Applied Sciences, with a major in Linguistics and Intercultural Communication. In 2009 she graduated from the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS), Production Department, Department of Performing Arts Management (diploma with honors).
Until 2004 she worked in such commercial organizations as: Service 11 Business Aviation (General Manager), and IBM East Europe & Asia (Business Assistant to the General Manager).
2005 - 2007: Executive Producer, Lyudmila Gurchenko Music and Theatre Center, Moscow.
2007 - 2008: Touring Manager, Dmitry Krymov Laboratory, Moscow.
2008 - 2009: Deputy Head of the Creative Personnel Department at World Russian Studios film company (producing/production), Moscow.
2010 - 2013: Chief Specialist of the Department of foreign relations, Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre, Moscow.
2013 - 2014: General manager, VIVA ESPANA 2014, XIII International Flamenco Festival, Moscow.
2015: International Relations Specialist, Chief Coordinator, violin, XV INTERNATIONAL TCHAIKOVSKY COMPETITION (Directorate), Moscow.
2015 - 2021: Deputy Director for audience outreach, Moscow Regional State Theatre for Young Spectators, Moscow.
In 2019 participated in “Russian Theatre XXI century. A New Look” (Vologda), All-Russian Forum of the Russian Theatre Union, a seminar for theatre directors.
In 2019, she participated in the All-Russian seminar on audience outreach (organized by the Russian Academic Youth Theatre), specialization: Audience development: cases at leading Russian theatres;
In 2019, she participated in the Vakhtangov Festival of Theatre Managers (VFTM);
In 2020, she took a refresher course at the Moscow City Pedagogical University with a degree in theatre pedagogy and organization of socio-cultural projects.
She is a member of the Russian Theatre Union.
Since February 2021, she has been the Head of the International Department of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre.