International Salsa Magazine and its Miami Correspondent Diana Marie present Richard Román one of the most recognized and respected announcers of Salsa Dura on On-Line Radio in Miami.
His name is Ricardo Román Zapata; he has 40 years as a show promoter, 26 years as producer and host of his Superior Salsa Program in Miami.
As a promoter began in a series of events in Ventanilla Beach in 1981, his activities were known in Lima and Callao, so much so that Dr. Luis Delgado Aparicio came to my place in Ventanilla and made a program of Maestra Vida in which he gave me a plaque with the logo of Channel 9 Television and the name of Dr. Delgado Aparicio. Delgado Aparicio in 1984, in the years 1986 and 1988 I organized the First and Second Festival of Salsa Playa de Ventanilla where Orchestras of Lia and Callao participated with unpublished songs in lyrics and music.
The winner in 1986 was Carlos Orozco y La Fragua with the theme “ESTAS LLORANDO” of the authorship of Carlos Orozco in tribute to Chabuca Granda, in 1988 the winner was El Combo Espectáculo Creación with the song “CONVERSEMOS” by Ricky Tosso, in homage to the problem of the Petisos (street children), in 1995 I started the Salsa Superior Program in Ventanilla Estéreo FM.
In 1997 I moved to Radio Pirata FM del Callao, in 2007 we started transmitting via www. radiosalsasuperior.com to date, in 2015 we started the delivery of plaques of recognition to musicians, composers and personalities of music in Peru, United States, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Cuba, Panama and our motto is “WHERE A MUSICIAN LIVES THERE WILL COME SALSA SUPERIOR”, The particularity of the plates is that in all this our National Flag, highlighting our beloved country and its people.
The District of Ventanilla
It is one of the seven districts that make up the constitutional province of Callao in Peru. It is the largest of them and the second in population.
It has gone through a process of economic, social, cultural, political, and urban changes, mostly unplanned, presenting itself as a district with a mostly poor population, territorially disjointed, disorderly, with worrying levels of environmental pollution and that has grown at rates that have exceeded the capacity of local management.
Callao is a port city located in the constitutional province of Callao, in central-western Peru and in turn on the central coast of the Peruvian coast and in the central-western part of South America. It has the Pacific Ocean to the west and 15 kilometers to the east the Historic Center of Lima.
Most of its territory extends in a wide bay protected by the islands of San Lorenzo, El Frontón, Cavinzas, and the Redondo islet, south of the mouth of the Rímac River, but also reaches the northernmost part of the bay of Lima.
Both bays are separated by a peninsula known as La Punta. It covers an area of 148.57 km², including 17.63 km² of islands. It is located 5 meters above sea level.
Since colonial times, the port of Callao has been the largest seaport, the most important in Peru, and one of the most important in America.
Today it is the main port of the country and the Jorge Chávez International Airport, making it the main gateway to Peru. These in turn are the ‘natural’ port and airport of the city of Lima.
In terms of population, Callao is the third-largest city in the country, with more than 1 million inhabitants (only behind Lima and Arequipa).
It has a floating population of approximately 500,000 inhabitants who visit daily for family, tourist, educational and business reasons, among others. Callao has always had the privilege of receiving military visitors, especially sailors, merchants, immigrants, tourists, and other types of social currents.
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