“We enjoy working on our songs and singing the harmonies which brings out our sisterhood, joy, hope and our love for music.”-Trisha & Thara
The teen sister pop/duo Trisha & Thara have been performing and creating music together since they were in grade school. The family has lived in Missouri, Chicago and Boston, so the duo has performed in many different cities across the country, opening at festivals and popular city shows. They play the keyboard and ukulele, and are seriously focused on songwriting. They work each day in perfecting their harmonious blend and have discovered how to complement each other’s unique vocals. It is clear to new audiences that they know how to achieve masterful harmonies in their synchronized vocal arrangements.
“You used to be” is their debut single releasing on December 4, 2020.
“For this song, we wanted to write about something that others can relate to; friendship, love/break-up, separation and hope. We thought that the idea of a special someone who you loved the most, is not around anymore, would relate to many people going through a hard time.”-Trisha and Thara
Starting with piano lessons at 4 years old, they have accomplished a lot in their young music careers, and have trained at many different music schools, including the Chicago School of Rock and the Lacefield Music School in Missouri.
When they moved to Chicago in July 2016, Trisha enrolled with Midwest Young Artists Conservatory (MYAC) choral program (2016-2018). Through MYAC, she travelled with her choir to Bulgaria performing in Plovdiv and Sofia. One memorable moment was singing the National Anthem at the US Embassy in Bulgaria. She also was in the Puccini’s La Boheme show at the Opera Theater of St. Louis in 2016, and the sisters were in the St. Louis Children’s Choir from 2014-2016, and were invited to open for the Wilmette Beach Bash event in Chicago in June 2019.
Both sisters have received “superior” ratings in piano (solo and duet) and singing (solo and duet) in National Federation Music and Mid America Music Association competitions from 2012-2016 in Missouri and Kansas.
They performed in musicals like the Lion King Jr. and Annie Jr. produced by BigDeal Productions in Chicago. They also participate in their school choir programs and played Jodie in the musical Elf produced by the Children’s Theatre Company. In addition to being in the School Choir and Show Choir, Trisha was in school musicals like Singing in the Rain and Beauty and the Beast.
In Chicago they enrolled with the School of Rock and performed many classics from Led Zeppelin, Queen, Beatles, including several pop hits at multiple local venues (2017-2018). While at Rock House they performed recent and classic pop/rock songs from 2018-2019.
When they moved to MA they participated in school theater productions and area open mics. Trisha got one of the leading roles, Ladybug, in her school musical James and the Giant Peach Jr. (2019), and Thara played the role of Jodi in Elf musical.
During the pandemic they stayed busy and decided to use the extra time at hand to start their own YouTube music channel, and thus far have posted 15+ songs, They are creating their own arrangements, producing the videos and managing the online marketing.
They have performed in many virtual events in 2020 including singing their original songs and “Rise up” by Andra Day at Racial Justice for Black Lives Virtual event, and a virtual open mic with Club Passim.
They love contemporary, pop and current trending songs, and are slowly adding another decade of tunes into their repertoire.
“I always admire how Thara picks up piano pieces quickly, hits high notes effortlessly, and moves to the rhythm of the song so gracefully. It’s always really fun to perform with her.”-Trisha
“I love the expressions of Trisha and her gifted voice. You don’t need music, you can just listen to her voice all day long. I can’t imagine doing a show without her.”-Thara
Artists they are fans of include Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Tate McRae, Lewis Capaldi, Marshmello, and Khalid.
With many new songs written, they have a plan to continue releasing new music throughout 2021.
"This sister duo generates "wows" from audiences as they listen to their precise and perfectly aligned harmonies, and their arrangements enable them to deliver a diverse show of covers and originals which make it exciting to stick around and keep listening. They understand each other perfectly, and the way their harmonies soar warms the heart."-Performers on the Go