Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on March 6 of 1984. Influenced by his father and family into the world of music, at a young age Gandhi started taking piano and music theory lessons in the prestigious Dina Music Education School (1990‐1994). Later on, he decided to study Drums in addition to Piano and joined in the Mubarak Music School in 1998.

Gandhi continued learning on drums and music, attending particular classes with the Dominican drummer Ezequiel Francisco from 1999‐2000, from whom he acquired great influence. In the year of 2002, Gandhi joined Wellington Valenzuela, who tutored him in his drum studies. Through the years he has played with well known bands in the Dominican Republic, becoming one of the most influential drummers of his generation, with different approaches in his music such as Jazz, Latin, Reggae, Rock, Dominican Folk among others. In 2003, he joined the Dominican rock band TKR, in which he stayed until late 2007. He recorded two albums with TKR, Inertia (2005) and Lienzo (2007). In 2006, TKR was nominated to the maximum arts award of the Dominican Republic, the Casandra Awards, for best rock band.

In the year of 2007, he started to study Contemporary Harmony, Jazz Composition and Arranging, with the Dominican teacher and Guitar player Francisco Javier Vargas. Along his music, Gandhi studied Law (2003‐2008), and holds a Bachelor Degree in Law from the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (2008). In August of 2008, he auditioned for Berklee College of Music, in which he was accepted with a scholarship.

He graduated from Berklee College of Music in December 2012 with a Bachelor’s in Music, Dual Major in Contemporary Writing and Production and Performance Magna Cum Laude. Currently he resides in NYC, and has work with many different bands and projects, such as: Jomama Jones Radiate (Musical), Grease (Musical), The JL Show, Jason Damico, The Journey Church of Queens NY, The Redeemed Christian Church of God Chapel of Restoration in the Bronx NY, The Metropolitan Players (Wedding band), Daniel Acosta and Ultima Tanda, Alvaro’s Band, Victor Maldo, Irka Mateo and La Tirindanga, The Cosmic Blues Band and many others.