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Tascha
 ANDERSON

singer  |  actor  |   model

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in the PRESS

 
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"A warm, elegant mezzo."

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"...and what a wild one she is. On top of everything and scampering across the stage, she manages to deliver a superb vocal line in the midst of laughter."
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about TASCHA

 

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,” and "vivacious." This spring, Tascha made her hometown operatic debut as Mercédès in Bizet's masterpiece Carmen with Helena Symphony.

Tascha will appear as a cowgirl in the television series Yellowstone, Season 5, to air in November 2022. Last September, Tascha made her film debut in a short entitled Red Compulsion about a painting that drives a man mad. Red Compulsion was recently awarded Best Student Film and Best Student Sound from Kino Short Film Festival.  Tascha can also be seen in the recent Wrangler commercial For the Ride of Life: Blaze New Trials.

As a bridal and lifestyle model, Tascha and her husband Michael have been hired by various agencies and freelancing photographers for bridal shootouts and content creation styled shoots. Their portfolio can be found on Instagram, as well as on this website's media page. 

Some of Tascha's most notable opera credits and favorite operatic roles 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 and Musical Theatre, Pastore 4 in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo with Chautauqua Opera, Candelas in Manuel de Falla’s El amor brujo with New York’s Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra, in which The Glens Falls Chronicle praised her “fiery drama” and “dusk-edged mezzo vocals” and Jacqueline in Gounod’s Le médecin malgré lui with Odyssey Opera, under the baton of Grammy Award-winning maestro, Gil Rose. The Boston Globe hailed Ms. Anderson's debut with Odyssey Opera as "quite memorable" and OPERA magazine celebrated her as bringing about an "alert, present, well-honed, and agile mezzo."

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