Natalija Delevic was born in Kraljevo, Serbia. The basics of playing the cello acquired in class of Aleksandar Jakovljevic and Boza Saramandić. Academic and specialist studies for cello and chamber music ended in Belgrade, in the class of Sandra Belic, Srdjan Sretenovic and Ladislav Mezei. During the study she obtained scholarship for young talents. She was a member of the orchestra St. George Strings, Camerata Serbica, as well as a part-time member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra and the Deutsch-Skandinavische Jugend-Philharmonie.
As a member of symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles, participated in festivals Internationales Jugend Festspieltreffen Bayreuth, Musik des Baltic Sea (Berlin Philharmonic), Opera Bastille (Paris), Varazdin Baroque Evenings Croatia, Ljubljana Festival, Serbian and Russian music in Moscow and Belgorod, Jeunesse musical, Bolshoi Festival, KOMA Festival and Music festival in Podgorica. Today she works at the music school Josip Slavenski in Belgrade and she is head of the successful chamber music department. She is one of the founders and a lecturer at the project workshops for chamber music between Serbia and Germany, as well as a lecturer at the Erasmus.