Gabriel Expósito was born in Córdoba in 1980 and is linked to the Peña Flamenca de Córdoba.
With a guitar tradition in his family, he began to receive classes from his father since he was a child. He later began his studies in Classical Guitar at the Conservatory of Córdoba, even achieving Third Prize at the age of 16 in the National Classical Guitar Competition in Alcalá la Real (Jaén).
When Flamenco Guitar was established as a higher degree at the Superior Conservatory of Córdoba, he continued his musical development, this time with the guitarist Paco Serrano. At the same time, he perfected himself in the technique of accompanying singing and dancing, forming part of an artistic group of prestigious dancers. Finally combining an artistic life with an academic life, he finished his higher studies in music in 2005, obtaining the Higher Degree in Flamenco Guitar within the first group of qualified teachers in this specialty.
He is the musical author of shows such as "Medea, Ópera Flamenca" and "Jonda Soledad", by Juan Carlos Villanueva, "Ámame Ahora" dramaturgy by Francisco García Torrado, or "El Duende y el Reloj" and "Quijote al Compás de un Sueño” by Javier Latorre.
As a guitarist accompanying cante, he is at the forefront of performers, his participation being habitual in festivals throughout Spain, where he has shared the bill with numerous figures from the field of flamenco, as on countless occasions, alongside the famous singer David Pino.