Hisham Bravo Groover was born in Mexico but has lived in Las Vegas for the majority of his life. He received his Bachelors in Violin Performance from Loyola University in New Orleans in 2012. During his undergraduate career, he spent half a year studying violin at New Zealand's School of Music in Wellington. He then was awarded two scholarships to study violin at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music for two consecutive summers, studying under Michel Boris Zaitzeff. In 2014, he completed his Masters in Violin Pedagogy from Western Kentucky University; throughout his time in Kentucky, he taught violin for Western Kentucky University's Pre-College Strings Program. His Masters degree also culminated in a thesis titled An Overview on the Instruction of Suzuki Violin School Volume 3
, which deals with the common issues and best pedagogical applications for teaching this volume to intermediate students. Within the graduate program, his responsibilities included teaching private violin to students as young as four years old, as well as providing weekly violin group classes. Currently, he is completing his final year in the Master of Arts, Orchestral Conducting Program at The University of Iowa under the tutelage of Dr. William La-Rue Jones.