Tabitha Brasso-Ernst

Tabitha Brasso-Ernst, alto

Tabitha Brasso-Ernst is a graduate of Bishop’s University, where she received voice training under Gail Desmarais. While in Quebec, Tabitha was awarded the silver medal in the national final of the Canadian Music Competition. She was a featured performer in the Vocal Arts Festival of Montreal and Opera Theatre of the Rockies Vocal Arts Festival in Colorado, singing the role of Zita in Giacomo Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi.

Tabitha is gaining recognition as a concert soloist. Notable credits include Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis pacem, Copland’s In the Beginning, Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of Christ, Will Todd’s Mass in Blue and David Millard’s Requiem (world premiere). Most recently, she premiered the mezzo role of Betsy/Oscar in Lloyd Burritt’s Camouflage Complex: The Art of Deception, based on the life of feminist literary icon Betsy Warland.

Tabitha is thrilled to be back with the Vancouver Chamber Choir this season, and currently sings with JUNO-nominated ensemble musica intima. She also serves as the official voice coach for the Vancouver Youth Choir.