Ramón Andrade began his musical studies in 2002 with guitarist and composer Simone Iannarelli. He got a Bachelor of Arts from the Instituto Universitario de Bellas Artes at the University of Colima in 2009. In four different events, he was given the Rubén Vizcarra Campos excellence award granted by the University of Colima. In 2012 he received a Master diploma after having been instructed by Carlo Marchione in Hogeschool Zuyd Conservatorium Maastricht in the Netherlands. During his academic training, he has taken master classes and taken part in courses taught by well-known guitarists such as Zoran Dukic, Fabio Zanon, Remi Boucher, and David Tanebaum. In 2009, Ramón Andrade toured along with the chamber music orchestra from the Instituto Universitario de Bellas Artes, playing Antonio Vivaldi's music, directed by the master Tatiana Zatina. In 2010, his project Guitarrarte was sponsored with a scholarship from the State Funds for the Culture and Arts, and in 2014 he received resources from the Programme to Foster Creation and Artistic Development to record a CD called "Retratos de Colima" by Simone Iannarelli. Ramón is currently a classical guitar professor in the Instituto Universitario de Bellas Artes at the University of Colima.