The voice Peru senior arrives this Friday, August 27 LIVE by the screens of Latina. The special edition of the famous singing contest will be coached by the duo Pimpinela, Tony Succar, Eva Ayllón and Daniela Darcourt.
After the success of La voz Perú, which had Marcela Navarro as its winner, channel 2 will premiere this version of the international reality show dedicated to elderly participants.
Live: Premiere La voz Perú Senior, follows minute by minute of the first gala
La voz Perú Senior: Luis Aguilar dedicates to his deceased son
From the district of Independencia, Luis Aguilar, 67, appeared on the set of La voz Perú Senior, who said that he began his career as an imitator of Lisandro Meza.
He also said that he decided to appear on the program in tribute to the dream that his son, who died of leukemia, had. And who, according to what he said, had presented himself in 2012 to I am as an imitator of Vico C.
However, his presentation of “That there is no trace” it wasn’t enough for any of the coaches to turn around.
The voice Peru Senior: Charito impresses by singing Daniela Darcourt’s song
The third participant, Charito from Lima, 62 years old, commented that she began her career as a singer of Creole music, however, she decided to appear at the audition singing salsa “Goodbye Love”, theme that Daniela Darcourt launched in 2018.
The sauce boat impressed with the tribute and rescuing the potential of Charito’s voice, opted for her.
“To be of the age that he has an impressive vocal range and I sing one of my songs and I have to thank him for that,” said Daniela Darcourt.
The voice Peru Senior: Fernando Campos “Pacho” chose Tonny Succar
The second participant Fernando Campos “Pacho”, 65, managed to impress the four coaches with his interpretation of rock. “Welcome” by Miguel Ríos when we have the information.
However, the participant decided to choose to belong to the team of the Latin Grammy winner, Tony Succar.
“I connected with him because his voice has a lot of diversity and it attracts my attention,” said the coach about his new pupil.
The voice Peru Senior: Cristian Rivero and Rosa Muñoz dance reggaeton
After celebrating her joining Eva Ayllón’s team, and telling a bit about her life experience, which included the declamation of one of her poems, the participant Rosa Muñoz and her coach sang some verses from the song “My private property.”
Moments later, it was suggested that she rehearse some dance steps and the participant indicated that she would leave the presenter of La voz Perú, Cristian Rivero “by soil”. After that, both entered the stage to dance reggaetón together.
The voice Peru Senior: Rosa Muñoz interprets “My private property”
Mrs Rosa Muñoz, 70 years old, she was the first to take the stage of La voz Perú Senior.
Originally from Callao, the participant was excited because her 104-year-old mother was able to see her live during her presentation with the bolero “My private property”, one of the best known songs of the Creole singer Fight Reyes.
Despite Lucía Galán’s comment when she pointed out: “She has the voice of an old woman,” it was Eva Ayllón who turned her chair to add her to her team.
The voice Peru Senior: Pimpinela duo interprets “A esa” to the rhythm of salsa
The great opening night of La vos Perú Senior began with the Pimpinela duo performing the first verses of their hit “A esa”.
However, the surprise came with the emergence of Daniela Darcourt in the second half of the song to interpret it to the rhythm of salsa.
From there, Eva Ayllón made her entrance with the song “Que somos lovers”, a composition specially made for the Creole singer by the Peruvian composer José Escajadillo.
Finally, award-winning percussionist Tony Succar joined the presentation.
Tony Succar sends a message before the premiere of La voz Perú Senior
After becoming a character loved by the Peruvian audience as a jury of Yo soy, the award-winning percussionist Tony Succar returns to the screens of Latina as a coach in The voice Peru Senior.
Given this, on August 26, the Peruvian musician published on his Instagram account a message in which he expresses his excitement for returning to television.
“Omg! I just saw this, ”he wrote next to a clip announcing his participation. “I have cried so much already. Prepare tissues. Ah! I don’t want to see the memes they are going to do to me. La Voz Senior Peru a lot of heart and good music! ”, He added.
After winning the La voz Perú trophy, Marcela Navarro signed a letter of intent with Universal Music. Photo: Capture La voz Peru / Latina
Day after day they will appear artists over 60 that they will enchant with their voice in the blind auditions, and will move with their stories that they lived during this coronavirus pandemic.
“You will have people who fulfill their dreams on stage when singing for the first time, because they are housewives or they are taxi drivers or mechanics, or people who sang for a long time, but they return because they want to sing again,” Lucía Galán said last Wednesday in his presentation during the final of The voice Peru.