Alfredo Garcia-Navas was born in Caracas, Venezuela. He started his studies at the "José Lorenzo Llamozas" conservatory (Alejandro Vasquez) in Caracas. In 1992, he received a scholarship from the Venezuela Culture Ministry (CONAC). Thus, he was able to continue his studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Wien (University of Music, Vienna, Austria) with Walter Würdinger. He graduated in 1997 (Master of Music). He participated in several master classes (Leo Brouwer, Alirio Díaz, Costas Cotsiolis, Luis Zea).
As a soloist, he gave concerts in Germany, Austria, Greece, Czech Republik, Hungary, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Martinique, Turkey, Kuwait, Saudi Arabian, Norway, China, South Africa, Cameroon, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Luxemburg and Venezuela. He worked with various chamber music ensembles (Wiener Konzertduo and Wiener Konzertquintett) and also at the Opera House of Vienna (Othello, Gesualdo, Der Mann von la Mancha). At the IV. and V. Antonio Lauro’s Guitar Competition, he twice received the third prize and the Special Award for the best performance of a piece by Lauro. He recorded his first solo CD in 1997 with music of South-American composers. In 2002, he recorded Astor Piazzolla's music with the cellist Plamen Samandjiev - "Im Tango Fieber".

September 2003, Samandjiev and Garcia-Navas were invited to give a concert at the Apollonia Kunst Festival in Sozopol. This concert was broadcasted live by the Bulgarian radio. Since 2002, Alfredo Garcia-Navas has been participating in several projects with Marko Simsa, amongst others at the Mozart Fest Würzburg, Kultursommer Nordhessen (Kassel), Musikfestival La Passione (Heidelberg), Kulturhaus Dussman (Berlin), Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (Hamburg), radio productions for the SWR and recordings for several CD productions by Marko Simsa.
In 2003, he founded the band JAM, and in 2004 he released the CD "BEATLESS" with his own compositions. 2007 and 2008 Alfredo recorded two programs for the Venezuelan Television VIVE as a soloist and with his Trio. The CD production "Camaleón" (2009) put the emphasis on the stylistic diversity of Alfredos music. Camaleón was recommended by various international Magazines such as Gitarre & Bass (Germany), Vintage Guitar (USA), Concerto (Austria) and MWE3000 (USA). In 2011 he recorded the CD "Buena Onda" and 2012 the CD production "Back in Blues" dedicated to Gary Moore. 2013 and 2014 he recorded two programs for the Chinese Television CCTV with the saxophon player Andrew Young on tour in China. At the moment Alfredo Garcia-Navas works as a musician and teaches at the Music School of Gerasdorf ,Lower Austria.