Tahalianna Soward-Mahanga is a proud Wiradjuri and Tongan girl aged 16yrs old. She has been singing, dancing, and performing on stage since the age of six, with her first solo singing performance at the National Museum of Australia for NAIDOC week.
Tahalianna has backed many artists in her young years, she has danced interstate and represented her state at Hip Hop International, Battlegrounds, and Australian Dance Crew Championships taking out 2nd place solo and 1st place Mega Crew at the age of 10.
To date Tahalianna has performed at live at Art Exhibitions, Art IRL events with the National Gallery of Australia, Annual Ball Gala’s, Battlegrounds Hip Hop Competitions, Burrundi Theatre Opening, Cocktail Events, End of Year Performances for Dance Schools, Hip Hop Benefit shows, Multicultural Festivals, Narrungdera Earth Festival, National Conferences for Organisations and Government, National Sorry Day Events, Pacifica Events, School Assemblies, Survival Day Events, Talent Shows, TEDx, The Voice, Warangesda Musical Theatre Production, Weaving Art Exhibitions, Woolloomoolivin Festival, Youth Conferences and Youth Award Ceremonies.
Performing is one of Tahalianna natural talents. When she is on stage, Tahalianna’s soul lights up and shines through in every performance she attends. She has a natural ability to connect with the audience and move people through her powerful voice, soft nurturing ways and connection to the songs she performs. Tahalianna is a young lady who is extremely dedicated to her performance career. Tahalianna’s integrity means everything to her, and she always approaches her performances with professionalism, respect, gratitude, excitement and always feels honoured for the opportunities she is blessed to receive.