A pianist, piano teacher, composer and arranger, he was trained in the Municipal Conservatory of Music in Barcelona.
Considered by both audiences and specialised critics alike to be one of the outstanding musicians of his generation, his music has been present at all the major musical events in Catalonia.
His prestige as an arranger has enabled him to take part in a large number of recordings, working with the best singers and musical groups in the country.
As a pianist, he has had an extensive international career that has led him to give piano recitals as a soloist or with chamber orchestras in the greatest concert halls in Europe, performing with the top symphony orchestras. He has worked with major artists such as the flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal, the viola Paul Cortese, the soprano Enriqueta Tarrés or the percussionist Xavier Joaquin, as well as with the Livschitz Trio and the soloists of the St. John’s Smith Square Orchestra, London.
Since 1986 he has been tenured professor of piano at the Municipal Higher Conservatory of Music in Barcelona, and has periodically been invited to collaborate as an expert professor in several piano and chamber music competitions, international summer courses and in other conservatories in Spain.
In the Rondó-fantasia de Jordi Vilaprinyó the piano is the driving force of the whole work and the tenora and violoncello drive the melodies upwards to reach a climatic cadenza where the two instruments create a harmonious dialogue.