Crooner David Marino to visit his former elementary school in RDP on Tuesday May 21

Montreal, May 20, 2024  On Tuesday, May 21 (11 am) crooner David Marino, 25, will return to his former elementary school, Leonardo Da Vinci Academy in RDP (12025 André Dumas) to perform for and speak to the students. 

David Marino

David, who continued on to study at Vincent Massey Collegiate in Rosemount, made his mark in 2017  as a contestant and finalist on the French-language reality show La Voix.  A multilingual crooner, he began singing and performing at only six years of age, and was instantly inspired by legends such as Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, and Charles Aznavour, among others. As an advocate for mental health causes, he has organized multiple big band concerts, raising over $50,000 for mental health services at the Jewish General Hospital. He also studied acting professionally in New York City, and is a proud graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. 

Last winter David performed in his own concert at Place des Arts and he is now criss-crossing North America. The team at LDVA will be proud to welcome him back. A year ago he was part of LDVA’s Lite Up the Nite event and performed a few solo songs  and with the  school choir   to help us raise over $20, 000 for the Neuro.  

David  will also musical theatre debut in Contact Theatre’s presentation of Spring Awakening  June 8 to 15 at the Monument National.

 His next solo show at the PDA’s Cinquième Salle is on July 6 Here’s a link to tickets:


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