In this new online series brought to you by the National Museum of Women in the Arts, women musicians perform original work on the first Friday of the month.
Conducted over a cup of tea, each session includes a short interview exploring the artist’s creative process. The Museums invites you to join local singer and songwriter Tashera.
Soul artist and singer/songwriter Tashera has a voice that is both captivating and unforgettable. She is a new resident of the district, Tashera combines her life experiences with touches of jazz, soul and rhythm & blues to inspire.
Tashera was born and raised in the heart of Baltimore City. She sees the city as a place full of talented and creative minds, which led to her pursuit of music. After discovering her love for harmony and songwriting, Tashera released the singles “Fall Alone” (2018) and “Get Up” (2019). She is currently working on the release of her first EP.
The Women, Arts, and Social Change public programs initiative is made possible through leadership gifts from Denise Littlefield Sobel, the Davis/Dauray Family Fund, the Revada Foundation of the Logan Family, and the Susan and Jim Swartz Public Programs Fund. Additional funding is provided by the Bernstein Family Foundation.