In the summer of 2022, Minna participated at The Lachine International Vocal Academy in Montreal, Canada and at the Académie Francis Poulenc in Tours, France. During her studies, Minna has sung many roles on stage, including Handel's Morgana and Sister Constance in Les Dialogues des Carmelites. She also often sings oratorios and church works such as Mozart Requiem, Vivaldi, Gloria and Förklädd Gud. Minna Tägil recently received a generous scholarship from Den nordiska första S:t Johannislogens 100-årsfond and been awarded several prestigious scholarships from funds that are managed by The Royal Swedish Opera and The Royal Swedish Academy and scholarships from Magnus och Marta Wahlkvists stiftelse, Kjellbergska flickskolans donationer and Lachine International Vocal Academy Foundation.
Minna Tägil has sung with a some of the finest orchestras in Sweden, for example Norrköping Symphony orchestra, Västerås Sinfonietta, Stockholms Bachsällskap and parts from Hovkapellet. In the summer of 2022, she was a guest at baritone Wolfgang Holzmair´s concert in Lachine, Canada.
In the spring 2023 Minna Tägil had one of the leading roles in Västmanland theatre in the production Sisters, an opera with music from Dialogues des Carmelites and Suor Angelica. Minna portrayed Soeur Constance and Suor Genovieffa. She has sung on Västmanland theatre before, in the production Too much to Handel, in which she portrayed Morgana. She has also worked with operas for children at Smålandsoperan in the productions Dreams and See me!.
Minna Tägil has sung both sacred and profane works, such as Mozarts Requiem, Vivaldis Gloria and God in disguise. she has also sung in the Swedish premiere of Ēriks Ešenvalds Passion and resurrection and Bob Chilcott’s Christmas Oratorio, both in Storkyrkan, Stockholm.
Minna has worked with several well reputable coaches. She has had coaching regularly with Magnus Svensson, Bengt-Åke Lundin, Michael Engström, Nils Spangenberg and Patrik Sörling. She has also had both single and recurrent collaborations with Liz Upchurch, Olivier Godin, Wolfgang Holzmair, Keval Shah, Marie-Ève Scarfone, Michael Cavanagh, Mattias Böhm, François LeRoux, Richard Turp, Jeremy Carpenter, Jeff Cohen, Kristian Attila, Ingrid Perruche and more. In the summer of 2022 Minna participated at the Lachine International Vocal Academy, Montreal, Canada and at the Académie Francis Poulenc, Tours, France.
Lena Hellström-Färnlöf has been her song professor since 2017.