Andres Bravo was born in La Paz Bolivia in May 28th of 1994. Andres Bravo started learning the violin at the age of nine years old with his mother Elizabeth Canedo de Bravo. Shortly after he entered the National conservatory in Bolivia at the age of 11, and he studied violin with Maestro Ramiro Jimenez. At the age of fourteen, Andres entered to the National Symphony of Bolivia , and played there until 2011. During the years of 2009 through 2018 he has participated with several renowned Summer Music institutes such as: Interlochen, Eastern Music Festival, Texas Music Festival, Round top Festival Hill, and Bolivia Clasica. Andres studied at Sam Houston State University from 2012 to 2016, under the mentoring of Dr. Javier Pinell, and Dr. Naomi Gjevre. He was selected to the position of concertmaster of the SHSU Symphony Orchestra and CEMRAP ( Center of Early Music Research and Performance) throughout his years at Sam Houston State University. He was also finalist and semi finalist of the SHSU concerto competition. He recently completed a Performance Diploma at SMU where he is currently working on a Masters of Music at SMU as well studying with the renowned Emanuel Borok. Andres has been selected to perform in the SMU Chamber honors recital with different chamber groups, and has performed several recitals and chamber recitals in different states and Bolivia, where he also performed as a soloist with the Youth orchestra of the Bolivian National Conservatory of Music.