Born in Berga, Jordi Sabata began his musical education studying saxophone at the municipal music school with Lluís Rovira. He specialized in the field of classical and contemporary songs, completing his studies at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya by graduating with honors in the interpretation of Hugo Wolf’s Italienisches Liederbuch. He studied under Xavier Sabata, Margaret Llado Assumpta Mateu, Lynne Dawson, Clement Lambert and Ofelia Sala. In the field of lieder, he has worked with Poyato Francisco, Alan Branch, Josep Surinyac and Viviana Salisi. He has done several courses with David Bowman and Malcolm Martineau, and recently participated in the Opera Studio of Barcelona with Ricardo Estrada.
He has received scholarships from the Foundations Anna Riera and Victoria de los Ángeles. Since 2007, he has been a Member on-leave from the Cor de Cambra del Palau de la Música Catalana and gives regular performances. Although his official training was as a telecommunications engineer and specialist in e-government, he now devotes most of his time to his work as academic secretary of the municipal music school in Berga, where he also teaches choir and band. He has conducted works such as the Requiems of Fauré and Mozart and the Spanish premiere of the original version of the Requiem by the Welsh composer Karl Jenkins. He has participated several times in the Fira Mediterrània and is musical director of Ecos de la Patum, performed in cooperation with the theater group Comediants, about the celebration of Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.