Indian-American Tiara releases debut album in six languages

Tiara Abraham with her audio and recording engineer Andre. Photo courtesy: Facebook page of Tiara Abraham

An Indian-American child prodigy, Tiara Thankam Abraham, has released her first album, a collection of nine world holiday songs in six languages.

Tiara, 10, who entered college at the age of seven, titled her album "Winter Nightingale", which comprises her renditions of some classic carols and holiday songs, sung in English, Italian, Spanish, German, Latin and French.

Tiara is enrolled at the American River College in Sacramento, Calif., the same school from where her brother graduated in May 2015. Currently a junior, she has big plans after school. "When I grow up, I want to be a soprano opera, classical singer," she said.

She is the younger sister of Tanishq Abraham, a contestant on the Lifetime reality show, "Child Genius."

The Abrahams are second generation immigrants from Kerala, India. Their grandparents came to the United States when they were children.

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