Tascha Anderson
(She/Her) Revered by Opera News as "a warm, elegant mezzo," Tascha Anderson proudly hails originally from Montana USA, and has also been esteemed as "emotionally rich," "a brassy mezzo with flair," "vivacious," and "quite a wild one."
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Tascha Anderson

Praised by Opera News as "a warm, elegant mezzo,” Tascha Anderson originally hails from Helena, Montana and has also been esteemed as “emotionally rich,” “a brassy mezzo with flair,” “vivacious,” and “a wild one.” Ms. Anderson recently made her debut with the Oratorio Society of Richmond, portraying the role of Daniel in Händel’s Susanna, performed on International Women’s Day. She also had the privilege of previewing excerpts from the show on NPR, the week of the performance. This summer, Ms. Anderson was scheduled to join the company of Holland America/Princess Cruise Lines in an original musical entitled The Music of Denali, in Alaska. This production has been postponed, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. An advocate of contemporary music and new opera enthusiast, Ms. Anderson premiered the role of Pamela Yusupov in Evan Mack’s Roscoe with Albany Symphony alongside renowned soprano Deborah Voigt in October of 2016, just after she created the role the summer before, at Seagle Music Colony. The Albany Times Union admired her as “a vocal standout,” and “the seductress in red.” Other notable recent credits include the title role in The Tragedy of Carmen with both Tri-Cities Opera and Charlottesville Opera, Older Alyce in Tom Cipullo’s Glory Denied with Tri-Cities Opera, Florinda in Into the Woods with Utah Festival Opera, Pastore 4 in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo with Chautauqua Opera, Candelas in Manuel de Falla's El amor brujo with Glens Falls Symphony, and Jacqueline in Gounod’s Le médecin malgré lui with Odyssey Opera, under the baton of Grammy Award winning maestro Gil Rose.

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