Márcio Faraco

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Márcio Faraco
Márcio Faraco performing in Warsaw, Poland in September 2009
Background information
Birth name Márcio Faraco
Born 1963
Origin Alegrete, Brazil
Genres MPB, Samba, soul, bossa nova, rhythm and blues
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, Producer, Guitar player
Instruments Singer, guitar
Years active 1995–present
Website http://www.marciofaraco.com

Márcio Faraco is a Brazilian born singer, composer, producer and guitar player. After many years of living and working in Brazil, he decided to leave the country for Paris, France.[1]


  • Brasil Pass (1995)
  • Ciranda (2000)
  • Interior (2002)
  • Com Tradição (2005)
  • Invento (2007)
  • Um Rio (2009)
  • O Tempo (2011)
  • Cajueiro (2014)


Márcio Faraco performed on June 23 2016 at the Gibraltar World Music Festival in St. Michael's Cave.[2]

Márcio performing in St Michael's Cave


  1. ^ "The Rio thing Marcio Faraco brings the music of Brazil to the Calumet". The Buffalo News. June 22, 2001. Retrieved January 21, 2010. 
  2. ^ ""Obrigado" is theme of Gibraltar World Music Festival". GBC. Retrieved 5 April 2016. 

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