Musician and composer, Marcony Scaramussa had his first contact with music at the age of 8, through an old phonograph of his father, where he usually listened to the "BAD" vinyl record of Michael Jackson. At this time, his greatest fun was to draw characters from the movies and cartoons he watched. Those songs served as a source of inspiration for his creations. 

From then on, his interest in music only increased. At the age of 10, he asked his mother to enroll him in a piano course, and this was his first contact with a musical instrument. However, dissatisfied with his teacher for having to learn "children's songs" before learning "November Rain" from Guns n Roses, he left classes and decided to learn how to play acoustic guitar with an older friend. And that's where the strong influence of Rock n Roll began. He then learned how to play songs like Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love," one of his passions. Rock n Roll would never come out of his life. 

At the age of 13 he won his first eletric guitar, an instrument that never ceased to be his main instrument. Artists and guitarists such as Led Zeppelin, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Joe Satriani, Guns n 'Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Bryan Adams and Aerosmith are just a few of the hundreds of bands that influenced him during his teenage years. At this stage of his life Marcony has participated in bands at high school, guitar contests and everything else he could do within the universe of music. It was a period of great learning and musical training. 

At the age of 20 he moved to the US and had the opportunity to take vocal classes with great singing teachers at the Conservatory of Music in San Francisco, California. In one of the many contests he participated, he was chosen by the judges as one of the top three blues guitarists among the more than 30 participants in the Guitar Center Blues contest, with a guitar borrowed from one of the store's sellers. 

In the middle of his 25 years, however, Marcony discovered that among all his experiences, what really gave him the greatest pleasure was the moment of creation, the composition itself. Everything he sought to learn was actually a way of developing the ability to create. Even in childhood, when his connection with art was through drawing, it was the "power of creation" that really fascinated him. To be able to create something that does not yet exist, something from the silence, or at that time, from a blank sheet. 

With the growth of his great passion for composition, the study of music theory together with the search for knowledge about recording, mixing, sound design and technologies geared towards musical creation became its main focus. 

Currently, working as a freelancer composer for the La Hacienda Creative Studio from Canada, composing for advertising / TV, games and film material, Marcony continues to do what he loves the most, to create, to give life and to tell stories through music.