Tiara Abraham Biography
(Indian-American Soprano Singer Best Known for Her Album ‘Winter Nightingale’)
Tiara Abraham is an Indian-American soprano singer, best known for her debut album, ‘Winter Nightingale,’ at the age of 10. She started singing at the age of five before performing at internationally recognized venues. She started hogging the limelight when she won a vocal competition which in turn earned her an opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City, New York, USA. Tiara Abraham is considered a child prodigy by many as she became a member of the exclusive high IQ society ‘Mensa’ at the age of four. After entering ‘American River College’ at the age of seven, Abraham created history two years later by becoming the youngest member of the popular honor society ‘Phi Theta Kappa.’ She currently resides in Sacramento, California, along with her parents and older brother.