Gabriel Guzmán started his music studies at the Universidad Nacional Conservatory with maestro L. E. Molina. He studied violoncello in Italy with Maestros F. Pezzatini and A. Nannoni. He carried on at the “Scuola di Música di Fiesole,” with Maestros Lúea Fiorentini and Sandra Bacci. He has a Bachelor of Arts in music theory at the Conservatorio P. Mascagni di Livorno, and another Bacherlor of Arts in General Music Culture and Music History at the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini in Florence. He has been trained in chamber music by Maestros Franco Rossi, M. Strauss and E. Goren. In London, he studied his degree in music at the Trinity College of Music. He was first violoncello at the Amadeus Orchestra of Florence and the Pistoia Youth Orchestra. He has been the baroque violoncello player at the early music ensemble Il Rosignolo. He is the head at the Chamber Music School of Bogotá, where he also works as a teacher.