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National Gallery hosts virtual Last Sundays

Published:Wednesday | September 23, 2020 | 12:09 AM
Jamaica Jamaica! exhibition: Ska Authentic presenting the original Ska-talites from Jamaica – Studio 1, 1967.
Jamaica Jamaica! exhibition: Ska Authentic presenting the original Ska-talites from Jamaica – Studio 1, 1967.

The National Gallery of Jamaica’s virtual Last Sundays, scheduled for September 27, will feature a musical performance by the singer Tori-Lattore, as well as interview clips from the Jamaica Jamaica! exhibition opening. The video will premiere at 1:30 p.m. on both their YouTube and Instagram pages.

Though petite in stature, Tori-Lattore stands tall with her powerhouse vocals. With her smooth velvet tones and fiery delivery, she has mesmerised audiences near and far with her captivating stage presence. Tori-Lattore started singing with international performing arts company, Ashe, at a young age, and now hones her vocal craft and vibrant performance style at the distinguished Edna Manley College – Jamaica School of Music.

Despite her youth, Tori-Lattore is becoming more recognised in music circles as a vocal powerhouse. She has provided background vocals, both on stage and in recording sessions, for music stalwarts such as Etana, Wayne Marshall, Chevaughn, Romain Virgo, Baby Cham, Jesse Royal, Notis Heavy Weight Rockaz and Agent Sasco.

Tori-Lattore is the lead female vocalist for the Ashe Company, where she has done numerous concerts, songs, dances, and musical theatre productions. She is a triple-threat artiste. With Ashe, she has performed for audiences in places such as Amsterdam, Trinidad, New York and South Africa. She is also a brilliant songwriter whose music is recorded by various artistes.

Now, as she branches out on her solo career, her sultry tones can be heard in her single, Goodbye.