The talented Italian tenor Michelangelo Verso studied singing with Salvatore Pollicino in his indigenous Palermo. He afterwards examined with Giovanni Martinelli, in NY, producing his debut with Il Barbiere di Siviglia in 1949. Around that point, Beniamino Gigli presented him being a appealing tenor. In 1951, the musician documented Vitti N’a Crozza, released with the unbiased label Cetra. Verso was ultimately engaged with the Pittsburgh Opera Home, executing Il Barbiere di Siviglia along with Mario del Monaco and Lauri-Volpi. Afterwards, Michelangelo Verso began performing in Mexico, where his tone of voice made an appearance in the film Locos Peligrosos. He came back to European countries in 1962. In 1990, Verso was honored a Golden Dish by O.We.P.E.C. for his contribution to music.