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|Martina Tomčić Moskaljov|
6 May 1975
Umag, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
Martina Tomčić Moskaljov (born 6 May 1975 in Umag, Croatia) is a Croatian opera singer and mezzo-soprano.
Graduade of the High School of Music in Graz, Austria in 1995. Her father is Croatian politician and former acting president of Croatia, Zlatko Tomčić. She was the winner of the Opera Music Festival "Feruccio Tagliavini". She is a popularly, too, because your fantastic performance in Carmen in Osijek in 2001. She is a currently judge in Croatian Supertalent with Janko Popović Volarić, Maja Šuput and Davor Bilman.
She is in a relationship with Ženja Moskaljov. She has two children.