America Soprano Tamara Haskin made her international stage debut at the Macedonian Opera in the title role of Verdi’s AIDA. Since that time, Haskin has performed close to 80 critical acclaim performances of Aida throughout Germany at the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz in Munich, the Theater Hof, the Theater Regensburg, the Theater für Niedersachsen, and in Poland at the Opera Śląska.
Haskin performed the role of Elisabetta in Verdi’s DON CARLO at the Theater Hagen and the Theater Aachen. At the New York City Opera, Haskin covered the role of Sister Rose in DEAD MAN WALKING and sang the role of Bess in the 20th Century opera entitled, STRANGE FRUIT.
A song cycle called REFLECTIONS, was written specifically for her by the renowned Cuban composer Tania Leon. Haskin performed the world premiere of the piece at the 2009 opening of the Gateway Theater in New York City.
Haskin has appeared as a regular soloist with the Klassicphilharmonie of Hamburg, Germany. She was a guest soloist with the Setmana Lirica de Santanyi orchestra in Mallorca, Spain, and a featured soloist in a concert tour of Negro Spirituals in Jaca, Escaldes, Vielha, Amurio and Orense, Spain.
She’s also performed as a soloist with numerous orchestras in the United States including the Midland Symphony, New York City Opera’s American Composers Orchestra, the New Haven Symphony, the One World Symphony and the Gateway Symphony Orchestra in the United States.
Tamara Haskin has received awards from the New York Vocal Artist Foundation, and the Altamura / Enrico International Voice Competition. She is a two-time winner of Vera Scammon International Voice Competition.
Theater Hof in Germany
Opera Śląska in Bytom, Poland
Theater Hagen in Germany