Oriol has a degree in History and is an early music and jazz double bass player. He began his education in early music on the Early Music course at the Conservatory of Girona and went on to undertake numerous specialist courses throughout Europe, learning from teachers such as Paolo Pandolfo, Claudia Caffagni, Kees Boeke, Amandine Beyer and Sigiswald Kuijken, amongst many others.
He specialises in the interpretation of mediaeval music on the Cerverí de Girona programme at the Conservatory of Girona, and at the Seminario di musica medioevale at the Civica Scuola di Musica di Milano with Claudia Caffagni, as well as on specialist courses, such as La Settimana Musicale del Trecento and the Urbino Musica Antica mediaeval music course. He obtained a Master’s Degree in the performance of Early Music (ESMUC-UAB), during which he completed his final project: The Work of Guillaume de Machaut in the Modena Manuscript, Estense Library, a.M.5.24. In addition, he published the article titled “The Musician Angels, a testimony of musical life in Castellón in the 15th century”, in the Mot so razo journal (2015), devoted to the troubadour way of life and literature.
He has worked with Magister Petrus, a mediaeval music group directed by the musicologist Mauricio Molina, with whom he recorded the album titled Vacillantis. He currently works with a range of early music groups, including the Academy 1750, the Baroque Orchestra of Barcelona, Bach Zum Mitsingen, El Teatre de les Comèdies, the O Vos Omnes Ensemble and El Teatre Instrumental, amongst many others. He is also a member of Locus Desperatus, the mediaeval music group.