Nicole Caramanica


Nicole Caramanica began singing and entertaining audiences at the early age of eight. She was featured in her mother's church choir and was quickly recognized as a stand out. Her Mother, Janice Caramanica, a well-known Gospel Singer in the Boston area, always filled the house with music, and to this day, remains a strong influence. Nicole continued her musical education in the Boston area and was chosen as "Outstanding Soloist" at the Fiesta-Val competition, A Nationwide Vocal/Jazz Ensemble Competition in Williamsburg, VA. With extensive experience from R&B/Jazz to Pop/Rock, Nicole studied Operatic, Contemporary, and Theater, under the direction of Boston based vocal instructors such as Lynn Whalen- Schuller and Theresa Capachione.

Nicole’s multi octave soprano range and “Aretha Franklin/Mariah Carey” like vocal styling has been well received in the Boston area. She continues to receive rave reviews from her current performances all over New England and down the eastern seaboard. Nicole's other career highlights include singing the National Anthem at sporting events, performing at a wide variety of venues such as clubs/weddings, on the Odyssey Cruise line, and on Yawkey Way, Fenway Park, Boston, Ma. Nicole is considered one of New England's most sought after performers. Her love and passion for music shines when she sings, and her charismatic stage presence is known to win the heart of any audience.