The flutist Guillermo González received his master's degree in October 2021 from Davide Formisano at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart. During his musical education, González also received lessons from renowned flutists such as Clara Andrada, Álvaro Octavio, Julien Beaudimont, and Paolo Taballione. He won third prize at the 31st Emmanuele Krakamp International Flute Competition and 4th Theobald Böhm International Flute and Alto Flute Competition in 2019, and second prize at the Carl Wendling Competition for Chamber Music in 2020. Guillermo González has been playing as solo flutist with TRIO vis-à-vis since 2020 in place of Maria Kalesnikava and has her flutes. González has also been a member of the Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra since 2021.