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Tesia Kwarteng is a Ghanaian-American multi-faceted artist equally at home on the operatic stage, on screen and in the studio. She recently made her Broadway Debut as Lady Catherine in Camelot and performed at the 76th Annual Tony Awards. Tesia also made her role debut as Carmen at Opera Columbus. Ms. Kwarteng led and sang with the vocal ensemble Vox Noire on the recording of the original score by Terence Blanchard for The Woman King  film directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood and starring Viola Davis. Tesia had her first libretto commission titled A Sable Jubilee premiere at the Aspen Music Festival with the music composed by Jasmine Barnes and sung by Will Liverman. 

NEXT UP:

Tesia will next be performing in a workshop of Anthony Davis's The Reef with the Berkshire Opera Festival. She will also be seen as Oshun in The Swann at Harlem Stage. 

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“Tesia Kwarteng has shown her versatility over the course of this season with four completely different characters. Her voice is always solid.”

 -Sherri Strichman, Broome Arts

VIDEOS

The American Dream Story of Tesia Kwarteng
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AUDIO

Song For A Dark Girl by Ricky Ian GordonTesia Kwarteng
00:00 / 03:00
Deep River arr. by Moses HoganTesia Kwarteng
00:00 / 03:50
Little Things by India.ArieTesia Kwarteng
00:00 / 03:31

PHOTOS

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