Aarón González began his musical studies at the age of 7 at the renowned Ollin Yoliztli School of Music in Mexico City. He graduated with a Bachelor of Music at the Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) in 2020; his music composition studies were under the direction of Dr. Brian Banks. At the same time, his violin studies were under the supervision of Dr. Perla Fernández.
He has completed his Master's degree in Musical Composition at Louisiana State University in the United States. His postgraduate studies were under the instruction of Dr. Dinos Constantinides and Dr. Mara Gibson. In the Fall of 2022, he will start the Doctor of Philosophy in Music Composition at the same institution, under the supervision of Dr. Brian Nabors.
Aarón has had masterclasses with renowned professors such as Dr. Marcos Balter, praised by international critics as one of the most outstanding contemporary composers of the decade. Also, he has received instruction from Dr. D.J. Sparr, composer and guitar player who was the winner of the 2018 Grammy for the best recording of contemporary composition.
In the last two years, he has participated in new story music festivals such as The Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat, where his work Another Midnight Jazz Chaos was performed by pianist David Friend and saxophonist Ryan Muncy. They belong to the renowned International Contemporary Ensemble.
His music has been performed in Mexico, the United States, and Europe. Highlighting his work Pierrot Microbusero which the Constantinides New Music Ensemble performed at Carnegie Hall in April 2022.