Born in the city of Igualada, Jaume Llombart trained at the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC) with Maarten van der Grintten, Jose Luís Gámez and Dani Pérez. He lives in Barcelona since 2000, he has collaborated with the most relevant figures of national and international jazz, being defined by critics as a restless musician interested in exploring unusual languages through his compositions and arrangements in the world of avant-garde jazz.
Llombart leads groups such as his own Sextet (with Joe Smith, Pau Domènech, Marc Cuevas, Alfred Artigas and Miguel 'Pintxo' Villar), with whom he released his first album as leader, Live at Robadors 23 (2011).
Rooted in the classic jazz he has been part of an unusual and acclaimed ensemble featuring the compositions of Bill McHenry. He also co-leads the Jazzfrika Septeto (with Silvia Pérez Cruz), the Rossy-Llombart Quartet (with Jorge...