Aislin Kate Anderson (she/her/hers) grew up in Oak Ridge, TN and discovered a love of music, singing, and rhythm through school, the Appalachian Museum, and the Unitarian Universalist Church of Oak Ridge where she joined the adult choir at age 8. Aislin was a member of the Unitarian Universalist Children’s Choir and performed for General Assembly in Boston, MA 2003 and St. Louis, MO 2006. She learned skills in middle and high school band playing flute, piccolo, and alto saxophone. She performed in show choirs, Show Kids and Sound Company of Oak Ridge, TN for 10 years. Aislin also studied Sweet Adelines and performed/competed as the tenor in a quartet, Neon.
Aislin continued her music studies in college and received her Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance and her minor in Theatre at Tennessee Wesleyan College. She performed in many musicals and student led performances, and was also offered the opportunity to Assistant Direct. In her last year of college she was the Children’s Choir Director for Keith United Methodist Church in Athens, TN.
After college, Aislin was a substitute teacher in her hometown school system before moving to Boston in early January of 2017. She joined Old South’s choir in the summer of 2017 and became a member in the summer of 2018. Aislin has performed for the Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast and Make Music Boston in 2018 and also with the Boston Pops for Gospel Night in 2019 and 2021. In 2022 she received a DASH Award for The Waiter’s Gallop in “Hello, Dolly!” and performed in sold out performances of RENT! with Riverside Theatre Works. In her free time, she enjoys discovering delicious food and drink and the company of her cats and good eggs!