Born in Barcelona (Catalonia) began his studies at the Conservatory Superior of Music of Barcelona graduating with honors in percussion, harmony, fugue, composition & orchestration. At the CSMMB was very fortunate to study piano with Albada Olaya and Miquel Farré, percussion with Santi Molas and Xavier Joaquín, harmony with Vicens Acuña and Xavier Boliart, counterpoint with Mª Àngels Reixach and Josep Poch, composition & orchestration with Carles Guinovart and conducting with Albert Argudo.
During his career he has received several awards, grants and scholarships among others the grant of the AIE, the Association of Artists and Performers (1994-95), or the grant of the "Fundación Autor / SGAE" (1999) or the "Foundation Agustín Pedro Pons" University of Barcelona (2000).
In 2002 he moves to New York City under a Fulbright Scholarship where he studied at the Juilliard School of Music and later on at the Mannes College The New School for Music with David Loeb (composition), Robert Cuckson (theory) and Carl Schachter (analysis). In 2004 he was appointed composer in residence of the "Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance" under the direction of the prestigious contemporary american-french pianist Marc Ponthus, and on the advisory board composers like Elliott Carter, Pierre Boulez or Mario Davidovsky.
His catalog is varied and includes pieces for solo instruments, chamber music, string orchestra, symphonic orchestra and choral works, as well as children's songs and other pedagogical works. His style is characterized by the use of the counterpoint, as well as a marked preference for the new graph, a strong influence of the traditional harmony, a taste for the timbre effects, extended-techniques and an approach to the Catalan folk-songs.