Tomaca was awarded a scholarship by the Hartt School of Music
(fall 2023) to further her opera studies
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Tomaca is a dynamic vocalist and performer. She has performed on stages big and small in Boston, New York, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Foxwoods, Jamaica, Las Vegas, opened for Kool & the Gang and is a former anthem singer for UConn basketball. Tomaca's rare vocal versatility is reflected in that fact that she sings RnB, Motown, Rock, Show Tunes and Opera. Her repertoire includes a wide variety of artists dating from the current time back into the 40’s as well as some original music.
Tomaca played the part of the radio d.j. in the film “Elevators.” She’s sung commercials for local Connecticut industries and for the Jamaican Tourism Council and has done voice over work.
Tomaca has written over 300 songs, some of which are in included in her books, Songs in My Life Vol 1 and 2 (available on Amazon) and has produced four CDs. One of Tomaca’s original songs was recorded by Colorblind (‘Come And See The Band’), a band with Capital Records; another was recorded by Stacy Lattisaw and Johnny Gill.
In the fall of 2023, Tomaca, a naturally gifted operatic singer, received a scholarship from Hartt School of Music to further her opera studies.
Tomaca is the founder and lead vocalist of the emerging female Motown singing group - Soul Queens.
She is currently available for concert performances.
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