Jorge Grundman started his musical training when he was 12 years old and wrote his first composition being 14. He began his studies in solfeggio, piano and choir at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música of Madrid with Carmen Ledesma and Professor Joaquín Soriano. He has continued his training until these days, taking a Ph.D. in Arts by Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, a master´s degree in Musical Creation and Interpretation at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and Real Conservatorio Superior de Música of Madrid; a degree in Sciences and History of Music at Universidad de la Rioja; a degree in Sound and Image Engineering at Universidad Politécnica of Madrid and a degree in Computer Technologies at the Universidad Pontificia of Comillas. He has also received master classes from Jesús López Cobos and José Luis Temes and conducting master classes from maestro Navarro Lara.
As a musicologist, Grundman has led the diffusion of consonant contemporary music and has premiered in Spain works by Vladimir Martynov, Michael Hurd, Gerald Finzi, Astor Piazzolla, Marjan Mozetich or Giovanni Sollima, among others. He is co-founder of the Non Profit Music Chamber Orchestra, together with the Violinist Ara Malikian. He has collaborated in world premiere recordings of works by Ernesto and Rodolfo Halffter and Julián Bautista with the Orquesta de Extremadura and his conductor Jesús Amigo; as also in the diffusion and rediscovering of the work of Bohemian composer Adalbert Gyrowetz (1763-1850) or late composer Robert Kahn (1865-1951) with the B3 Classic Trio.
Grundman is also Proffesor at the Escuela Universitaria de Ingeniería Técnica de Telecomunicación of the Universidad Politécnica of Madrid since 1987, where he teaches subjects related to architectural acoustics, sound systems, sound engineering or sound production in the degree of Sound and Image - Technical Telecommunicating Engineering.
There are near thirty recordings published with his music from 1981 and he have worked on projects in cinema and television, both in Spain and abroad. His works have been performed and broadcasted mainly in the United States, Canada, France, United Kingdom, Japan, Brazil and Spain. Grundman has won many awards such as the Narcissus Awards of the United Stated in 2005 and the NAR 2004 as “Best Contemporary Instrumental Album” for his work We are the forthcoming past, take care of it. Also he has received awards from Boston Metro Opera for his monodrams God's Sketches for String Quartet, Soprano and Mallets and Four Sad Seasons Over Madrid for Soprano, Violin, Piano and String Orchestra. His music has been recorded for Warner Music, Chandos Records, Sony Classical, Virgin Records, RCA and other independent record labels, and it is published by Music Sales Classical.
Among the performers of his pieces there are prestigious soloists such as Brodsky Quartet, Ara Malikian, Daniel del Pino, Susana Cordón, Jirí Bárta, Albert Guinovart, Antoni Comas, Trío Arbós, Inés Moraleda, B3 Classic Trio, Renée Rezneck or Blau Kamara Quartet, The Winchester Orchestra of San José, Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional of Ecuador, Orquesta de Cámara de España or Non Profit Music Chamber Orchestra. His pieces have been premiered in music halls such as Carnegie Hall, Auditorio Nacional de Música of Madrid, Teatro Nacional of Brasilia, Trinity Cathedral of California, West Valley College Theater or Iglesia La Dolorosa of Quito.
In April 2011 Grundman is commissioned by the XVII Festival Internacional de Música of Toledo and writes his sonata for flute and piano called Warhol in Springtime, very successfully premiered at such festival. His sonata for violin and piano, What Inspires Poetry, dedicated to the composer Marjan Mozetich, is broadcasted on many American radio stations, becoming one of the XXI century contemporary Spanish pieces most broadcasted in the United States.
In 2011, the Ukrainian pianist and composer Nikolai Kapustin accepts the dedication of Grundman´s work A Walk across Adolescence for violin, cello and piano. The piece is premiered that same year at Toledo by Daniel del Pino, Roman Patocka and Jirí Bárta and has been recently recorded for Play it Again, last recording by the Arbós Trio.
In 2018 he was commissioned to write an hommage to Primo Levi for to conmemorate the centenary of his birth which will be premiered closing the XXIX International Festival of Sacre Art at Madrid on April, 2019. The work is named Cantata Levi for Violin, Soprano and Chamber Orchestra and is based on Levi's work Se questo è un uomo.
Also, in 2019 and to hommage the 50 anniversary of the inmolation of Jan Palach and Jan Zajíc in Praque, he has writen the work Jan & Jan for Choir and Symphonic Orchestra which will be premiered on May, 2019 at the National Auditorium of Madrid.
Among his latest outstanding works are “A Mortuis Resurgere: The Resurrection of Christ” for Soprano and String Quartet, and the opera “Cinco horas con Mario”, based on the novel of the same title by Miguel Delibes.