Gabriel Schebor pursued his musical studies in his native city of Buenos Aires (Argentina) at the Juan José Castro Regional Conservatorium of Music, where he was awarded a diploma in advanced guitar teaching. His teachers were Graciela Pomponio, Dolores Costoyas and Víctor Villadangos. He also attended advanced courses taken by Jorge Martínez Zárate, Eduardo Isaac, Roberto Aussel, Eduardo Egüez, Carlos Ravina, Hopkinson Smith and Gabriel Garrido.
He has given numerous concerts in Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Bolivia, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and France. He has also been a guest artist at several festivals, and in particular the Festival International de Sarrebourg (France), Festival de Chiquitos (Bolivia) and the Primavera barroca de Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Gabriel Schebor has played basso continuo on many an occasion for the Ensemble Louis Berger (under the direction of Ricardo Massun) and the ensemble Elyma (under the direction of Gabriel Garrido). His solo repertoire includes 18th century French and Italian music for lute and theor-bo, as well as Mexican and Spanish works from the same period for baroque guitar.
He has made several recordings of baroque music on original instruments for Argentinian and French labels, mostly under the direction of Gabriel Garrido and Ricardo Massun. These recordings include Musique baroque à la Royale Audience de Charcas; San Ignacio, l’opéra perdu des missions jésuites de l’Amazonie; Vêpres solennelles de Saint Jean Baptiste; Misión San Francisco Javier; Missa de Lima - Venid Deidades.