Born in Cellino San Marco, Italy, Marco Fiorante is a lyric tenor whose range and versatility allow him to perform repertoire that expands over various genres, styles, and time periods. His voice is described to have a striking “richness and musicality” that is rare for someone his age, and his vocal technique has been described as “remarkable.”
Marco studied Canto Lirico at the Conservatorio “Tito Schipa” in Lecce, Italy. While still a student, he was asked to perform at several Italian national events, including the 50th Anniversary of the Domenico Modugno’s “Nel Blu dipinto di Blu” event, organized by Albano Carrisi. He performed as a soloist in the “New Sound Band Orchestra”, under the direction of Maestro Carlo Pezzolla. He sang in choruses for Nino Rota’s Il Principe Porcaro at the Giuseppe Verdi Theatre in Brindisi, Italy and participated in the men’s chorus in a concert honoring Franco Battiato in the Politeama Greco Theatre in Lecce Italy.
In 2011, Marco released his CD, titled Semplicemente Io, which includes Italian Popular music, as well as two self-composed tracks. Shortly after, he made his television debut, performing on RAI International’s program, Cristianità.
In 2012, he was invited to sing the Italian National Anthem at a US Department of Justice ceremony honoring Charles Joseph Bonaparte, the 46th U.S. Attorney General and founder of the FBI. With growing popularity among the Italian-American audience, in 2013, he performed as the headline act for the annual concert Una Bella Festa at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center in Midland, PA.
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