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A Native of Colorado Springs, Mario earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Music composition and performance from Hastings College. In his tenure at Hastings College, he earned awards such as: being named Mr. Bronco, Who’s Who, and awarded the Duane E. Johnson outstanding contributor award. Finally, wrapping up his college career he was an Intern with Evergroove studios in Evergreen, Colorado.   MORE

Join us on O-pa's Facebook or YouTube pages for free Live on the Stream concerts every Wednesday at noon and Saturday at 6:00 PM.

A Native of Colorado Springs, Mario earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Music composition and performance from Hastings College. In his tenure at Hastings College, he earned awards such as: being named Mr. Bronco, Who’s Who, and awarded the Duane E. Johnson outstanding contributor award. Finally, wrapping up his college career he was an Intern with Evergroove studios in Evergreen, Colorado.  

After college Mario served as a director of music from 2013-2018 at Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church in Colorado Springs where he was over 7 ensembles. Out of the 7 ensembles two of them became recording ensembles with Dream Records and Reaching Records. Mario was the winner of several competitions in Colorado such as the Colorado Springs Omega showboat (the first contestant with a perfect score) Colorado Springs National anthem contest winner and the winner of Sky Sox Idol. 

In addition to his success in Colorado. he has played/sang with artist such as saxophone recording artist Ron McMillon, Gospel artist Babbie Mason and Thomas Dawson of the Commodores. Proceeding his winnings in Colorado, Mario was stationed in Omaha Nebraska where he began to dive into the community. After winning the Omaha Performing Arts 2019 Singer-Songwriter Competition 18+ division, he appeared on the line up for the MAHA music Festival where he featured his original song “Sometimes” which can be found on streaming service 

He enjoys writing and arranging music in addition to performing and entertaining while serving his country as a Vocalist in the United States Air Force Heartland of America Band at Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Nebraska. 

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