Mezzo-Soprano Tanisha Anderson has sung throughout the East Coast and in Europe with companies such as Opera Philadelphia, The Princeton Festival, The Spoleto Festival of Two Worlds (Charleston, SC & Spoleto, Italy), Berks Opera, The Opera Company of Montclair, Westminster Opera Theater, The New York Choral Society, The New York Choral Society Chamber Singers, The Crossing, Vox Ama Deus, The Philadelphia Symphonic Choir and the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice. Ms. Anderson has performed under such conductors as Riccardo Muti, Steven Mecurio, Robert Shaw, Joseph Flummerfelt, Donald Nally, Kurt Masur, and Yannick Nézet-Séguin in such places as Carnegie Hall, Avery Fischer Hall, The Academy of Music, McCarter Theater and The Kimmel Center. Performances of note include the Bejiing Modern Music Program, the Richard Tucker Music Foundation Gala, American Ballet Theater’s performance of Sibelius’ The Tempest, Christmas at Carnegie Hall, and as an ensemble member on Decca’s recording of Pagliacci under the direction of Riccado Muti, featuring Luciano Pavarotti in the title role. In 2014, Ms Anderson became a member of the renowned group The Crossing, and under the direction of Donald Nally, joined a world premiere recording of Gavin Bryar’s The Fifth Century which won Best Choral Performance at the 2018 Grammy Awards. Ms Anderson was a proud ensemble member in the Spoleto Festival’s special anniversary production of Porgy and Bess, sang the role of Tia Isabel in Capitol Opera Richmond’s production of Felipe de Leon’s Opera Noli Me Tangere, and covered the role of Tisbe in Berks Opera Company’s production of La Cenerentola.