American soprano, Tamara Haskin studied voice at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. In 2009 she made her international stage debut in the title role of AIDA at the Macedonia Opera and has since received critical acclaim for this role throughout Germany.
In the 2014/15 season she will sing AIDA at the Theater Hof in Bavaria, and she will be a featured solo artist with the Elb Philharmonic in Hamburg, Germany.
Recent engagements include the title role of AIDA, at the Staatstheater Gärtnerplatz, Theater Hof, Theater Regensburg, and the Theater für Niedersachsen, and the role of Elisabetta (DON CARLO) at the Theater Hagen. She has appeared in concert as a Solo Artist with the Midland Symphony Orchestra, New Haven Symphony, One World Symphony and the Gateway Symphony, in the USA.
In 2008 at the New York City Opera she sang the role of Sister Rose in DEAD MAN WALKING and was a featured soloist in New York City Orchestra American Composer’s Concert. Additionally, she sang the role of Bess in New York City Opera's 20th century production of the opera, STRANGE FRUIT.
In 2006, she premiered a song cycle called REFLECTIONS was written especially for her by renowned Cuban composer, Tania Leon at the opening of the Gatehouse Theatre in New York City.
Tamara has received awards from New York Vocal Artist Foundation, the Altamura/Enrico Caruso International Voice Competition. She is a two-time prize winner of the Vera Scammon International Voice Competition.