He was born in Palma de Mallorca where he began his guitar studies with the teacher Pere Fiol and later he moved to Barcelona to continue his formation where he spent some years as a student of María de Lluc Coli. He studied at the Escola Luthier with the teacher Sadahiro Otani and later he graduates at the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu with Guillem Pérez-Quer, achieving the level of excellence.
He has also received Master Classes and advice from renowned teachers such as Carles Trepat, Leo Brouwer, Magnus Andersson, Michel Grizard, Rodrigo Nefthalí, Marcos Puña, Yorgos Arguiriadis and Santiago Figueras, among others.
He has performed concerts and recitals all over Spain and is a member of Vounó Duo along with saxophonist Ferran Planas. Since 2017 until 2019 he was a member of the 22Strings Quartet (three guitars and voice), he has been a member of the Quartet de Guitarres Figueral with which he has participated in the Tribute to Leo Brouwer 2016 at the Auditori del Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu, and also participates in the Graduation Ceremony of the Generalitat de Catalunya the same year. He has played on several times as soloist directed by Jordi Montoliu with the Chamber Orchestra of Sabadell and he has also been a soloist along with the guitarist and composer Jose Galeote at the Palau de la Música accompanied by the Filharmonía Iberia Orchestra directed by Cesario Costa. He has also been invited as a soloist at the I International Music Festival of the Costa Daurada – Salou 2017. He realized a China Tour with “22Strings Guitar Trio” since December of 2018 until January of 2019.
He is a Technical Architect graduated by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, and he is specialized in Architectural acoustics. He combines his concertistic career with the teaching he has been doing for more than 15 years. He has been a guitar teacher at the Escola de Música Fusió de Sant Cugat and he is currently a guitar teacher at Escola Pía of Sabadell and at the International Music Academy of Barcelona (AIMB).