Raimon Romaní (Barcelona, 1974) is composer, conductor and music teacher.
He holds a degree in Composition, as well as a degree in Orchestra Conducting. He teaches harmony, musical analysis, instrumental ensembles, choral singing and french horn at Victòria dels Àngels Municipal School of Music and Conservatory in Sant Cugat del Vallès.
He has been conducting choirs since 1994. He took his first steeps in choral conducting under the guidance of Manuel Cabero and he furthered his training and knowledge following the courses organized by the FCEC and Europa Cantat. Currently he is the conductor of the Choir of the Conservatory of Sant Cugat, the Coral Juvenil of EMMVÀ, the Coral Nova Ègara and the Cor Jove Fusió.
As a composer, the following choral pieces are worth highlighting: La llegenda de Sant Jordi, Magnificat; as well as Cançons de Ciutat, the hymn Veni, creator spiritus the Christmas cantata Pastors a Betlem and the sacred cantata Vacuum monumentum (The Resurrection).