Víctor Franco was born in Cádiz in 1999. He discovered the guitar at a very young age and grew up with it in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, surrounded by masters, including the genius Isidro Muñoz. From the age of 14 he began to play in front of the public and to share with artists of the province.
He obtained the superior degree in flamenco guitar at the ESMUC (Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña) with honours in his instrument.
He has received classes and advice from masters such as Rafael Cañizares, Chicuelo, Josemi Carmona, Sara Baras, Carles Benavent, Jonay Mesa, Rycardo Moreno, Antonio Serrano, Alfredo Lagos, Isidro Muñoz, Juan Diego Mateos, Antonio Rey, Pedro Javier González and Gerardo Núñez.
He has recorded with Rycardo Moreno on his last two albums and has accompanied him on his tours with Miesencia (2019) and De Barro (recorded live at the Bienal de Sevilla 2020).
He has shared the stage and accompanied artists such as José Valencia, Los Makarines, Tomás de Perrate, Sandra Carrasco, Ángeles Toledano, Agujetas Chico, el Farru, Eduardo Guerrero, Maria Vargas, Naike Ponce, Diego Villegas, Karen Lugo, Maria Mezcle and on the jazz scene Marc Miralta, Martin Leyton, Enrique Gonzalez and Tony Romero.
In 2023 he releases his first single with the collaboration of Montse Cortés, with which he presents his first solo album and is part of “Alzapúa” a production of the Flamenco on Fire festival which is a meeting between four young guitarists (Alejandro Hurtado, Jose del Tomate, David de Arahal, Victor Franco) representing the current flamenco guitar with the collaboration of Sandra Carrasco, Gema Moneo and Fernanda Peña.
He currently lives in Madrid where he combines the recording of his first album with work on new projects as a guitarist for Alba Molina and Ángel Rojas, as well as tablaos and concerts with some of the aforementioned artists.