Jordi Lluch studied composition, instrumentation and conducting at the Higher Municipal Music Conservatory of Barcelona. As a singer, he has sung in a number of vocal ensembles: Coral Càrmina, Cor Madrigal, Capella de Santa Maria del Mar, and more. He has also taught Music Education at the Higher Music School of Catalonia (ESMUC). In the field of choral conducting, he studied with Mireia Barrera and Pierre Cao, as well as with conductors such as Manel Cabero, John Poole, Carl Hogset, Johan Dujck, Martin Schmidt and Josep Vila.
He currently coordinates and teaches choral conducting in courses organised by the FCEC (Catalan Federation of Choral Entities) in the Barcelonès district. He has taught other workshops and conducting courses and, more recently, he has prepared the choir for the “El Cor Canta” project in Barcelona. He has conducted different vocal ensembles in Maresme, Vallès, Gironès and Barcelonès. Lluch recorded the album “Les set paraules de Crist a la Creu”, by Cristófor Taltabull, conducting the Granollers Chamber Orchestra, the Cor Ciutat de Mataró and tenor Josep Fadó, published by Audiovisuals de Sarrià. With the same composer, he has worked on “El Misterio de la Redención”, which he has recently re-released with the Terrassa 48 Orchestra. He also recorded the album “Cantem Àfrica” as part of a cooperation project with countries such as Senegal and Mozambique.
He currently conducts the Coral Regina de Manlleu, the Coral Belles Arts de Sabadell and is founder and conductor of the Cor Ciutat de Mataró.