Diana Tash

mezzo or alto voice
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American mezzo soprano Diana Tash is a veteran of LA Opera, SanDiego Opera, LongBeach Opera and Opera Pacific. She has sung throughout Europe and has recordings available on itunes. upcoming tours include the Festival de Mayo in May 2014 in Guadalajara, Mexico as well as an upcoming CD " Spirits of the Air"  with acclaimed countertenor Brian Asawa.

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Latest News 22. Jul 2014
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    Diana Tash
    mezzo-soprano  
    iCADENZA interview with Diana Tash
    Julia interviews mezzo-soprano Diana Tash, who has appeared in both operatic roles and as a featured soloist, most recently gaining popularity in recital with famed pianist Armen Guzelimian. Formerly a resident artist with LA Opera who continues to perform regularly with the company, she is a Southern California radio favorite, having recurred for many years (as both mezzo and soprano) on "Sundays Live at LACMA" (broadcast on KCSN 88.5FM). In this interview, Diana discusses her process for preparing an opera role, what she finds most gratifying about a live performance, and her exciting plans for the upcoming season.

    Published Aug 21, 2010

     
    Diana Tash, mezzo-soprano
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    Diana Tash - On performing
    Diana talks about what singing means within her life and shares some of her performances.
    Published on Apr 7, 2013
       
    Diana Tash
    mezzo-soprano  
    Teatreo Degollado: the Baroque Project
    Guadalajara, Mexico May 13 2014. Brian Asawa, Diana Tash, Frederic Rosselet and Arthur Omura.

     
    My Dearest My Fairest - Brian Asawa & Diana Tash
    This is one of the pieces by Henry Purcell that countertenor Brian Asawa and mezzo soprano Diana Tash have recorded on their upcoming CD " Spirits of the Air"  
    REVIEWS
     A few reviews are below., See also: http://www.chesapeakeartists.com and http://dianatash.com
    "" Diana Tash skillfully negotiated the combination of angular melody and Sprechstimme" -The New York Times Diana Tash skillfully negotiated the combination o   "radiant……." -LA Times, Mark Swed
      "Diana Tash made big impact ….." - Lively Arts Magazine
      "Stylish, well blended harmonies sung by Diana Tash"
    -San Diego Union
      "The song was in the appreciative hands and larynx of Diana Tash"
    -L.A. Times
      "Diana Tash  sings  the way it should be sung"
    -L.A. Times
      "...for her small size, Ms. Tash has an amazingly strong voice... "
    -Five Cities Times Press Recorder, San Luis Obispo
      "Diana Tash sang with Point"
    -L. A. Times
      "Diana Tash  sang with a honeyed sound" (LA Opera '04)
    - Opera Japonica
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