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Fran Pérez, Narf

Fran Pérez NARF, long term composer and singer, was for a while linked to the Lusophone world. He likes to call himself a "cancionista" and his work is characterized by a strong personality and constant search of originality.

He released four albums as NARF: "Nas tardes escuras” (El patito editorial, 2013), with poems of Rosalía de Castro; “Aló irmao” (Falcatruada, 2010) with Manecas Costa; “Tótem” (Falcatruada 2007) and “Directo en Compostela” (Changüí, 2003).

As a sole singer or as part of a duo, trio or a band, he presented his music at international festivals such as the Mercado Cultural de Salvador de Bahía, Cambio Sonoro (Recife), Antídoto (São Paulo), different editions of Festival d'Agosto (Maputo), Festival de Mindelo, or Cantos na Maré (Pontevedra); as well as in other parts such as Bafim (Buenos Aires), London City Festival (London), Feria del Libro (Havana) or Liet Lavlut (Östersund), where one of his songs obtained the second position in this festival for Europe’s minority languages. He also took his music to stages in Bissau, Warsaw, New Delhi, Kathmandu, Brighton, Barcelona, Krakow or Newcastle.

With his constant search of new artistic formulas, he bolstered experiences of creation, exchange and co-production, such as the projects “BUMBA” or “Da Zigala a Zemambiquo” with the Mozambicans Timbila Muzimba, or the already mentioned CD-DVD "Aló irmao" with the Guinean Manecas Costa, getting to be number 1 of the charts on RDP AFRICA, with the song that the project gets its name from.

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Discography

Baladas da Galiza imaxinaria

UXÍA, NARF

2015, Uxía & Narf

Nas tardes escuras

NARF

2013, El Patito Editorial

Aló irmao!

NARF, MANECAS COSTA

2010, Falcatruada

Tótem

NARF

2007, Falcatruada

Directo en Compostela

NARF

2004, Changüí

Videos

Onda soante

UXÍA, NARF

Nas tardes escuras

NARF TRIO

A morte saiu à rua (Extraído do festival Terra da Fraternidade)

NARF

Woman rain

NARF

Tomorrow

NARF

Quero ser tambor

NARF

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