Alen Garagić was born in Tuzla (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and started playing clarinet at age of nine at Primary Music school of his home town. After Civil War came loose in his country and his clarinet teacher left the city he started studying guitar at the age of 13 with private guitar teacher Victor Šimunović. One year later he attended the Secondary Music School in Tuzla under teachers Predrag Stanković (guitar) and Čestimir Dušek (conducting) where he graduated four years later. He continued his musical education at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (Holland) where he studied under Professor Zoran Dukić. He finished his musical education by obtaining his "Meisterklassendiplom" under Professor Franz Halasz at the "Hochschule für Musik" in Nurnberg (Germany).
He has been giving concerts in many European, Asian and American countries and has been invited to perform and teach at festivals such as the "José Tomas" in Alicante (Spain), the "Antonio Lauro" in Ankara (Turkey), the "Fabricio Caroso" in Latina (Italy), the "Andrés Segovia" in Linares (Spain), the Guitars of the World in Buenos Aires (Argentina), the International guitar festival in Amsterdam (Holland), Sarajevo International guitar festival (BiH), "Masters" in Seville (Spain), Tempere Guitar Festival (Finnland), International music festival in Toledo (Spain), Deajon Guitar Festival (Corea) International guitar festival "Andrés Segovia" in Madrid (Spain), International music festival in Lisbon (Portugal) etc.
He has performed at venues, such as the National Auditorium in Madrid (Spain), L'Auditori and the Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona (Spain), Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Seoul (Korea), Theatre Monumental with the Spanish Radio and Television orchestra in Madrid (Spain), Gasteig Kulturzentrum Munchen (Germany) etc.
He has won more than twenty prizes in international music competitions, among them the first prize in the José Tomás International guitar competition in Alicante, first prize in the Andrés Segovia International guitar competition in Linares, first prize in the Velez-Málaga International guitar competition and the first prize at the most important Spanish competition, patronized by the Spanish Royal Family, the Princess Cristina International guitar competition, Guerrero Foundation in Madrid.
In 2008 he become cofounder of Artpegi Production based in Barcelona (Spain). Since then he has been working as artistic director, concert artist, recording producer and web designer.