Carlos Faroy was born in Havana, Cuba. His interest and love of the musical genre known as “Salsa” began at an early age. Faroy began his excursion into the musical world as composer and belonged to Cuba’s academy of music composition known as ACDAM. However, in the 1990s, Faroy realized that he enjoyed performing as a vocalist and began participating in National festivals and events.
Carlos Faroy joined the group B.C. (Buscando el Caribe) in 1995, lead by the maestro Hector Anderson (singer for Adalberto Álvarez) expanding his talent to in the genres of Son, and Latin ballads and boleros.
As composer, Faroy worked with the maestro y composer Rolando Vergara. Many of these compositions have been recorded by the greats in Salsa such as Gilberto Santa Rosa, Adalberto Álvarez, Beatriz Márquez, and Los Zafiros. Later, Faroy joins Willy Vergara to appear in various events, catching the attention of the media. In 2001, Faroy travels to Spain to tour in several festivals and events in Valencia until 2002. He then emigrated to the United States to Miami, FL, where he continued performing with his orquesta, lead by Grammy award winner Carlos Infante.
Carlos Faroy has shared the stage with other stars of tropical music such as Carlos Manuel Manolin “El médico de la Salsa” (“The Doctor of Salsa”), Salsa singer Jose Alberto “el Canario” (“The Canary”), and Alfredo de la Fe, as well as opening the concert for Oscar D León, with DJ Galán, Cuban “Charanga” singer. He’s toured Puerto Rico with Jorge Alberto “El Gallito del Son” (The Little Rooster of Son”), where he also shared the stage with Jerry Rivas of El Gran Combo, the maestro Papo Lucca, and other known Salsa artists.