B i o g r a p h y


Abraham Lopez began his guitar studies at the age of ten under Juan Carlos Cervantes, and was accepted in to the music program at University of Guadalajara at the age of twelve, where studied with David Mosqueda, and Juan Carlos Martinez. Abraham emigrated to the USA at the age of 16 and study under Christopher McGuire, Eddy Healy and in 2016 Abraham graduated from Tarrant County College with the leadership of Jan Ryberng.

Abraham has participated in multiples masterclasses internationally and has studied with Denis Azabagic, Jason Vieaux, Enrik Mandriguera,Matt Palmer, Julian Gray, Marina Tomei, Juan Carlos Laguna and David Russell. 

Abraham played as first chair in multiples guitar ensembles like, the Brookhaven Guitar ensemble, Northeast Guitar ensemble, and Collin College Guitar ensemble.  He has audition and participated in multiple honors recitals at Tarrant County College and Collin College.  Mr. Lopez was elected president of the Tarrant County College NE Guitar ensemble  2014 – 2016.  Under his leadership, the ensemble won first place at the Brownsville Guitar Competition large ensemble division in 2015. Abraham participated in the Collin College Competition 2015, Collin College Festival 2015, and Mountain View College Competition 2015 and founded the Tarrant County College Guitar Competition.


 Abraham has performed on live Radio and TV in Mexico and appeared in multiple newspapers in the US, such as the Dallas Morning news  and the Prensa Latina newspaper who has described Mr. Lopez as “A true trobadour with heart and soul.”.  Abraham is admitted with a full tuition scholarship to Southern Methodist University as a guitar performance major and is a current student of the famous   maestro Robert Guthrie.