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One of the most promising Tenors of His Age
Maximo brings Grand Opera and Musical Drama to Thousands of New Fans!
Maximo has that beautiful divine voice of a tenor and with it the ability to impress and entertain his audiences in an exceptional and memorable way. At his concerts he gives people of all ages something incredibly special and unique. Maximo is the new bridge to the next generation of music lovers who are about to discover Classical Music and Opera.
Maximo broadens the horizons of classical music and bring untold numbers of new fans, young and old alike, to his precious art. His uniquely thrilling tenor voice, handsome appeal and unique personality reach countless audiences throughout the world, and he is the personification of present day Opera and Classical Crossover music on the Internet and the new social media. His singing will momentarily transport you to a romantic and magical place and will transform that moment into a lasting delightful recollection as he gifts us with his extraordinary musical talent. These days, Maximo can be seen thrilling audiences on a variety of stages and concert halls across the United States and abroad featuring classical crossover songs, contemporary music, Broadway standards and opera arias from his exclusive repertoire.
Maximo recently appeared as featured soloist for the The Pasadena Symphony and Pops Orchestra “Night of the Oscars Concert” and “Music Under the Stars”, for “La Sorgente - World Premiere” - Opera Arias Inspired By The Poetry Of Pope John Paul II at the John Anson Ford Amphitheater - Hollywood, California.
Maximo was the guest soloist for the Monumentalis Ecclesiae Sancti Silvestri Societas Gala,
at the Church Palace Auditorium of Rome, soloist for the South Nevada Symphony Orchestra “Voices of Glory Concert” and for The Golden State Symphony Orchestra “Holiday Spectacular Concert”.
Maximo sang with The Los Angeles Philharmonics, with the Hollywood Ensemble Opera and worked for several years with the Crystal Cathedral “Hour of Power Philharmonic” in Garden Grove, California under the baton of Music Director and Conductor Johnny Carl and Mark Ryley. In addition, Maximo Marcuso sang at the Cathedral as guest vocalist for the world-known “The Passion of the Christ Concert,” written and conducted by film composer John Debney.
Among many other concerts Maximo Marcuso performed several times for the annually “America-Fest 4th of July Celebration” at the Pasadena Rose Bowl stadium.
Also known as “Tenor of the Americas”, Maximo was honored with the “Blood and Fire Award of Excellence” by Major General Megan P. Tatu, Chief of Staff of the 63D Regional Readiness Command of the United States Army, for his outstanding renditions of patriotic songs, including the “The Star Spangled Banner” and “God Bless America.”
Maximo has been interviewed in several newspapers and in television talk shows, including NBC4, Channel 7 News, London Weekend Nights TV, Hard Copy New York, CBS TV News Life Miami, NBC Telemundo Network, Nevada’s Desert Valley Times and the Nevada’s Mesquite Local News, by La Opinión Newspaper, The Tolucan Times, Entertainment Today, The Miami Herald and The Pasadena Outlook.
I can honestly say that the audiences were extremely moved by Maximo’s vocal range and personality. Many of the people in his concerts had never had the pleasure of experiencing the power and glamour of a live operatic voice. Safe to say, their appreciation had permanently changed. You will truly understand why he is called the Tenor of the Americas!