Viviana Guzman presents a variety of different styles of performances ranging from Classical, Tango to World Electronica. Trained at the prestigious Juilliard School, Viviana has performed 5 times in Carnegie Hall. As a chamber musician she has performed with such guitarists as Dusan Bogdanovic, Marc Teicholz, David Tanembaum and Zaira Meneses as well as with the Thibaud String Trio, the Alexander String Quartet.
She has made appearances as a soloist with orchestra with the Great Falls Symphony (Montana), Irving Symphony (Dallas), the Diablo Symphony Orchestra (Walnut Creek), San Jose Chamber (CA), Palo Alto Chamber (CA), Beloit Symphony Orchestra (Wisconsin), Janesville Orchestra (Wisconsin), Orquesta Sinfónica de Concepción (Chile), Filharmónica de Santiago (Chile), Khabarovsk Chamber Orchestra (Russia), Juilliard Chamber Orchestra (NYC).
More recently she has focused on playing music from her roots, from Latin to Ladino with her World Music Group called Viviana & Divas Latinas. For 14 years she has toured extensively presenting concerts and offering Master Classes in for Performing Arts Series across the globe with the flute, 2 guitars and mandolin quartet, Festival of 4.
Her compositions tend to feature world elements from across the globe, influences she has gained from her various tours.