At the age of 9 he joined the Escolania de Montserrat, where he discovered and became passionate about Renaissance polyphony, but also about the choral music of composers such as Cererols, Casanoves, Händel, Mendelssohn and Brahms, among others. He also studied cello, piano and organ at the Escolania.
He is currently developing this passion at the head of Cor Cererols, co-founded and directed by himself since 2018, with which he recently recorded the album Cum Silentio, recognized by the ICMA 2021 international awards as one of the best choral music records of 2020. He also directs the GAC choir, works as a choir preparer for the Bachcelona Festival and occasionally collaborates with the Francesc Valls Choir.
As an organist, he has collaborated with the main Catalan choirs, orchestras and music festivals, such as the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, the Gran Teatre del Liceu Orchestra, Vespres d'Arnadí, the Jove Capella Reial, the Ensemble O vos omnes , the Chamber Choir of Palau de la Música Catalana, the Chamber Choir of Diputació de Girona or Lieder Càmera. He has also worked as an organist and harpsichordist at Teatre Lliure, under the direction of Ll. Pasqual, and forms a duet with the trumpeter S. Marquillas.
He studied choir conducting at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya with teachers J. Vila and J. Duijck, obtaining an Honorary Enrollment for his final degree concert, in which he conducts theOfficium Defunctorum by T.L. de Victoria. There, he also continued to study organ and chamber music with O. Candendo and J. de la Rubia. He later moved to Stockholm to continue studying choir conducting at the Royal Conservatory of Stockholm with F. Malmberg, where he completed his studies conducting the Swedish Radio Choir in his final concert.