Tabitha Brasso-Ernst is a graduate of Bishop’s University, where she received formal classical voice training and was part of the opera program at Université de Sherbrooke. In June 2015, she was awarded the silver medal in the national final of the Canadian Music Competition, and received silver medals in the Festival-Concours de Musique de Sherbrooke.
She has been a featured performer in the Vocal Arts Festival of Montreal (hosted by the International Vocal Arts Institute), where she had the privilege of working with many notable voice teachers and coaches from the Metropolitan Opera. In Colorado, she sang the role of Zita in Giacomo Puccini’s comedic one-act masterpiece Gianni Schicchi, a headlining finale of the Opera Theatre of the Rockies Vocal Arts Festival.
Concert credits as a soloist include Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis pacem, Aaron Copland’s In the Beginning, Will Todd’s Mass in Blue, and Franz Joseph Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of Christ.
Tabitha now sings full time with Vancouver-based vocal ensemble musica intima, and is delighted to be singing with the Vancouver Chamber Choir during their 2021/2022 season. She is also the official voice teacher for the Vancouver Youth Choir.