He was born in Cervera in 1980 and trained as a pianist with the teachers Jordi Vilaprinyó and Miquel Farré. During his career he has won different prizes, such as Joan Massià (Barcelona), Joves Intèrprets (Vilafranca del Penedès) and for the best J.S. Bach performance (Sant Cugat del Vallès), and he has played as a soloist in the main Catalan concert halls.
As a composer he has also obtained some awards and recognition, including the first place in the composition competition for cobla named Masquefa i Montgrins, sardanes composition (Mollet del Vallès), composition for trombones octet and in the Catalonia awards for choral composition.
He combines the concert performances with teaching in Cervera Conservatori Professional de Música. He is also piano accompanist in both the chamber choir of Lleida auditorium, Enric Granados, which is conducted by Xavier Puig, and in Emili Pujol International Chair, celebrated in Cervera.