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Cor Cererols

About us

The friendship that brought them together after coinciding in the Montserrat School Choir and the desire to continue making music together drove six musicians to found Cor Cererols in 2018, under the artistic direction of Marc Díaz. The choir takes its name from another musician who once was part of the same choir: Joan Cererols, the great master of the Iberian Baroque music.


Comprising a core group of singers expanded according to the demands of each repertoire, the choir tackles the interpretation of choral music ranging from the recovery of historical music and the great works of the repertoire to avant-garde proposals in collaboration with contemporary composers and groups like Agrupación Señor Serrano or Kebyart Ensemble.


The uniqueness of their artistic proposal and the sensitivity of their interpretations have quickly earned them recognition from both national and international critics. Their debut album, Cum Silentio, was notably nominated for the international ICMA 2021 awards as one of the 20 best choral music albums of 2020.


Cor Cererols regularly performs at the country's major music venues and festivals, including L’Auditori de Barcelona, Palau de la Música, Foyer del Gran Teatre del Liceu, Festival de Torroella de Montgrí, Espurnes Barroques, FIOM de Montserrat, Vallbona de les Monges or Monestir de Pedralbes. Recently, the choir has also performed at the Festival de Puerto de la Cruz (Tenerife), Festival Pedra Viva (Menorca), and made its debut in Italy at San Giovanni in Laterano (Rome).


In the 23-24 season, their debut at the National Theatre of Catalonia (TNC) is also worth mentioning.

"An incredibly beautiful sound at the service of heritage recovery"

Bernat Vivancos


Llums Antiga Festival. L'Auditori
Season 2020-2021

"The musical performance was a gem itself"


Aniol Costa-Pau, Ópera Actual

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