Takesma Meshe Kizart
Takesha Meshé Kizart is an American operatic soprano.
Grand niece of Muddy Waters she is also a distant relative of Tina Turner.
Takesha Meshé Kizart is “blasting star quality all over the stage with her stunning voice and sensational good looks” said Opera News.
Star of the feature film The Verdian Voice, and laureate of numerous international competitions, she is rapidly being hailed as the next great Verdian Voice of her generation.
The New York Times describes her singing as “powerful, lustrous, silky, caramel-hued, wielding impressive ease and elegant control” and critics worldwide are praising her visually- and vocally-compelling performances.
Ms Kizart’s versatile body of work already includes leading operatic heroines of the bel canto, verismo, and contemporary eras.
She debuted at the Metropolitan in La Boheme and since then has sung on many of the world’s iconic opera stages from Europe to Australia in roles such as Leonora, Tosca, Constanza, Norma, Madama Butterfly, Cassandra, Turandot, Amelia, the Countess, Fiordiligi, Violetta, Giorgetta and Donna Anna.
Her favourite movie is The Wiz, Her favourite Musical is Dreamgirls and her favorite vocalist is Ella Fitzgerald.
In demand all over the world, Takesha is a girl going places- and obviously has all the right gifts to be one of the really big stars of tomorrow.