Rolf Lindblom began his pianist’s career as a jazz musician, forming his own trio. After studying to be soloist and teacher of piano at the Stockholm College of Music, he continued his education in the piano under Professor Stina Sundell. Apart from classical works, contemporary Swedish music makes up a significant part of his repertoire (v. Pentatyk - works by Rosenberg and de Frumerie).
In recent years he has gained attention and critical appreciation as accompanist to soloists such as Gise la May, Torsten Pollinger, Erik Saedén and Margareta Hallin (with the latter he won the Swedish Grammophone Prize 1981 for the record "Love Child"— songs with texts by Heidenstam).
As a composer Rolf Lindblom has created music for TV- and other films. He has also written several children’s musicals.