Mezzo-soprano Tascha Anderson has received praise from audiences on both the east and west coasts. A native of Montana, she is hailed as “emotionally rich” and, “a brassy mezzo with flair.” Ms. Anderson was most recently seen in the world premiere of Evan Mack’s acclaimed American opera Roscoe at the Seagle Music Colony. Other recent roles include Lady in Waiting (Macbeth), Olga in the Boston premiere of Elena Langer’s Four Sisters, Rosina (Il barbiere di Siviglia), Isabella (L’Italiana in Algeri), Mother Goose (The Rake’s Progress), Bianca (The Rape of Lucretia), Mrs. Pasek (The Cunning Little Vixen), and Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus). Ms. Anderson was awarded both 3rd Place in Opera and the Encouragement Award in Art Song from The American Prize (2015), and she was a finalist in the professional divisions of the National Opera Center’s Dominick Argento Competition (2016), and the Classical Singer Competition (2016).
Ms. Anderson is currently based in Boston, where she is actively on the roster for Boston Lyric Opera and Boston Opera Collaborative. She earned her Master of Music degree from The Boston Conservatory, where she studied voice under the tutelage of Rebecca Folsom and sang in The Boston Conservatory Baroque Ensemble with maestro Andrew Altenbach.
This year, Ms. Anderson makes her debuts with Albany Symphony Orchestra, Opera Company of Middlebury, Minnesota Bach Ensemble, Boston Opera Collaborative, Symphony Nova and Boston Lyric Opera.
Tasha will be joining us for our concert on November 11th! Buy tickets now!Buy Tickets Now!!