She is fashionable and looks down on the other girls.
Deep down, she is a very insecure girl who believes that the only way to success is to be part of the cool crowd.
She also sang Dvorak's Biblical Songs with the London Philharmonic in London.
She is also shown to be more sarcastic, speaks her mind more often and doesn't take the blame for Ludmila's mistakes anymore.
She also starts to develop a crush on Maxi, and with the help of her sister Lena, Nati stops being Ludmila's sidekick.
but deeply wounded, a pitiably persecuted woman who derived her great heroism ultimately from her triumph over weakness."Also at Covent Garden, with Solti conducting, she sang Isolde in Tristan und Isolde in 1971 and Leonore ("marvellously intense") in a production of Fidelio conducted by Colin Davis later the same year.
In 1974, with the Berlin Staatsoper, she sang the title role in Lysistrata, the one-act "comic concert opera" by the Hungarian composer Emil Petrovics, in East Berlin, for the annual series of Festival Days.
However, she is more Ludmila's servant than her friend.
She knows that Ludmila would betray her if there was something in it for her, but she stays with her anyway, hoping that it would help her become a diva as well. Naty is a nice girl but she keeps her true personality hidden in order to please Ludmila.
Dvorakova had originally imagined that she was destined for the Italian repertory; but she had to abandon these lyrical parts when the demand for her voice in the heavier German roles became so great.
Nevertheless, she always felt that the lyric roles were right for the development of her voice during those early years.
Further title roles followed in Jenufa, Rusalka and Aida –and she played Countess Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro and Leonore in Il Trovatore.