By Rosy Figueroa
The Salvadoran tenor Mario Porcaro is the only foreigner who is part of the “MusicuMozart” choir in northern Italy., an achievement that recognizes his talent, and put the name of his country where he cultivated since childhood love for classical music in high.
Porcaro was established in Milan, Italy, in the eighties, Since then he has managed to excel as a classical music tenor, lyrical and sacred becoming a professional, thanks to the opportunity offered by the Italian choir, after years of doing it as an amateur.
From a young age he discovered a love for music in his native country, The Savior, fascinated by this style of music, he devoted entire days to listening to great classics and lyrics of all times like Beethoven, Vivaldi, Mozart, Verdi y Donizetti.
Porcaro is skilled, dedicated and possessed of a charming voice, besides being a professional in everything he does, those were undoubtedly some of the qualities considered by "MusicuMozart" to invite him to be part of the select group.
The Salvadoran singer recalled that to achieve the position he had to audition with pianoforte to know the extent of the voice, since to be part of the choir not only requires knowing how to sing, but to have charisma, be dedicated and possess a privileged voice, since the figure of the tenor is the most acclaimed by the opera public.
Since the first audition, two years of intense concerts and presentations of great musical works have passed., remember the artist.
Despite your talent and experience, Porcaro spends a large part of the day studying and rehearsing to perfect the technique, focusing on each time doing a job of excellence, and open the beat so that other foreigners with talent and love for music have the opportunity to make their dream of being part of the "MusicuMozart" come true.
Weekend, the "MusicuMozart" choir and orchestra in fusion with the Giuseppe Verdi choir from the city of Pavia, gave a concert dedicated to the play Carmina Burana, in the old monastery "Degli Olivetani" in the city of Nerviano, in Milan.
The Salvadoran tenor was accompanied by family and friends in the cultural field, among them the renowned Salvadoran painter Gothy López.