Born in Sabadell, he began studying piano and solfeggio in his hometown. His interest in lyrical singing later came from the hand of his teacher, Carlos Chausson. He has also received vocal technique lessons from Jaume Aragall, Eva Mei, Celso Albelo, Mariella Devia and Plácido Domingo. He has also received music performance lessons from masters such as Stanislav Angelov, Francisco Poyato, Roger Vignoles and Jocelyne Dienst-Bladin.
After obtaining a PhD in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, he won the Mirna Lacambra competition to enter the Sabadell Opera School to play the role of Leporello of the opera Don Giovanni by W.A. Mozart. He later returned to the Sabadell theater regularly.
He offers recitals throughout Catalonia, Spain and Europe, debuting the role of Figaro de Le nozze di Figaro by W.A. Mozart to Weimar (Germany), among others. At the 18-19 season he was selected by the Plácido Domingo Perfection Center of Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía in Valencia, where he shared the stage with voices such as Leo Nucci, Celso Albelo and Marco Spotti. In addition, he has developed the roles of Dulcamara (L'elisir d'amore), Queues (Bastian and Bastienne), Frank (Die Fledermaus) or Sprecher / Priester (Die Zauberflöte) or Il Sagrestano, among others.
In the field of lied, he recently debuted at the inaugural concert of the Life Victoria 2020 Festival as Life New Artist. He has been directed by conductors such as Karl-Friedrich Beringer, Roberto Abbado and Plácido Domingo.