“The Album "Metalmadeira" of Marco Bosco is, with no doubt, a very serious and creative work.”
Diário de Pernambuco -- Recife Newspaper -- Brazil, July 1984.
“Marco Bosco already has an outstanding musical background, which place him amongst names of Brazilian music.”
Folha de Londrina -- Londrina Newspaper -- Brazil, July 1985.
"Fragmentos da Casa" it is records that break taboo. It proves that, in regarding to percussion in the Brazilian pop music, there is someone else besides Naná Vasconcelos, Paulinho da Costa and Djalma Correa.
O Estado de São Paulo -- São Paulo Newspaper -- Brazil, July 1986.
“The performance of Marco Bosco in his new album places him amongst the most creative percussionists and showmen such as Naná Vasconcelos, Airto Moreira and Djalma Correa.”
Jornal Zero Hora -- Porto Alegre Newspaper -- Brazil, July 1986
"Fragmentos da Casa," percussionist Marco Bosco new album is something beyond the samba beat, and has great bright moments.
Mauricio Kubrusly -- Globo Television -- Brazil, October 1986
“As matter of fact, (concerning Marco Bosco's concert) there are great moments to show a good dose of virtuosity.”
O Estado de São Paulo -- São Paulo Newspaper -- Brazil, January 1987
“In "Hánêréa, Power of Nature," Marco Bosco develops a vast situation before us, which is very imaginative and percussive skill, whilst showing us a taste of free jazz or modern music.”
Swing Journal -- Japan, September 1991
“Marco has painted a world of vital Amazon with his various percussive skills. This CD "Hánêréa, Power of Nature" is bringing out a lot of visual images.”
Latina Magazine -- Japan, September 1991
"Hánêréa, Power of Nature" is, so to speak, "a sound of soul" that can shift his audience to the imaginary place he created without a word.
Jazz Life Magazine--Japan, September 1991
“Marco introduces the music of Amazon Indians so effectively. It is also fresh as environmental music.”
Adlib Magazine -- Japan, September 1991
“Marco, (concerning to Tokyo Diary album) his is not only a rhythm player but also a space creator, like Airto and Naná. I feel his inner sensitivity and strong musical conviction.”
Latina Magazine -- Japan, November 1993
“Marco keeps creating his own music perceiving the spirit of nature. “There Will Be No Money Today” makes us feel his sensitivity. This album is full of comfortable sounds created by blending Japan and Brazil.”
Rhythm & Drums Magazine - Japan, February, 1997
“With his roots in the feisty rhythms and supple melodies of his native country, he carefully integrates elements of jazz, funk, and other styles into his musical vocabulary.”
Tokyo Classified CD Review – Japan, March 1999
“In all the tracks of Techno Roots album, Marco Bosco shows many instruments and good ideas using great samples and the perfect collocation of percussion elements inside of sometime complex harmonic and melodic structures.
A great album.
Drums Magazine – Brazil – October, 2001
“The first release package of Rainbow Records, bring to us "pearls" of Brazilian virtuosos, starting with "Techno Roots by Marco Bosco”.”
Isto É Magazine – Brazil, October, 2001
“Joint presentation of Tsuyoshi Yamamoto and the Brazilian percussionist Marco Bosco, the session was opened in sounds of the nature created by Bosco. Beyond the quality of music, the fact to have been an event for live recording in the Embassy of Brazil was surprising.”
Swing Journal - Tokyo - July 2005