天生歌手合唱團（Natus Cantorum）創立於 2010 年，由一群志同道合，並且熱愛合唱音樂的優秀歌手們組成，自負的名號是一種鞭策，代表著不斷求新求變的學習熱忱。除了追求藝術性、勇於挑戰困難的曲目之外，天生歌手也堅持多元化，與不同的指揮合作，期能激發更多火花，展現合唱音樂的多樣面貌。曾與唐天鳴、萬益嘉、沈新欽、呂景民等指揮合作演出並獲好評。2011 年於文化部所舉辦之首屆建國百年社會組合唱大賽榮獲「混聲組全國冠軍」之殊榮。2012年榮獲社會男聲組全國第三獎。成立至今演唱足跡遍及台灣各地，更曾多次出訪日本舉辦交流音樂會，為台灣新銳合唱團代表之一。
NATUS CANTORUM 天生歌手合唱團is one of the most prominent choral groups in Taiwan. Founded in 2010, Natus seeks to open up new vistas and interpretations of diverse choral music as part of its vision and mission. The choir’s repertory thus ranges from the renaissance and baroque to 21st century music with a special focus on the works of Taiwanese composers.
Natus have left their footprints throughout Taiwan with their performances. The choir was invited to Japan as part of a cultural exchange mission in 2011 and 2012. In 2014, they were one of the featured choirs at the inaugural Asia Kodály Symposium performing to an appreciative audience with an eclectic programme of European works that includes Hungarian choral gems by Kodály as well as works by Asian and Taiwanese composers.
Natus was the winner of the ‘Taiwan Culture Choral Competition’ in 2011 and 2012. Renowned Taiwanese conductors and composers such as Ching-Ming Lu, Tien-Ming Tang, Edgar Macapili, Victor Shen, Mei-Chun Cheng, and Chun-Yen Chang had worked with and given Natus great reviews for its excellent choral performances. In 2015 as part of the ‘Asian Cities Choral Exchange’ programme, Natus invited composer-conductor and Director of the Kodály Academy of Music (Singapore) Albert Tay to give a series of well-attended workshops that attracted even conductors and music teachers from other cities. The programme culminated in a unique concert experience where various Singaporean works were shared in a lively manner as well as involving the audience in the music making.