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Marc Díaz


Born in November 1993 in Santa Oliva (Tarragona), Marc Díaz joined the Montserrat School Choir at the age of 9. Shortly thereafter, he discovered and developed a special passion for Renaissance polyphony, as well as choral music by composers such as Cererols, Casanoves, Mendelssohn or Brahms, among others. In addition to singing, there he also studied cello, piano, and organ.


Currently, he pursues this early passion, primarily through his personal projects. On one hand, he co-founded and conducts Cor Cererols since 2018, which quickly became one of the country's leading choirs. On the other hand, he is involved with the chamber instrumental group The Delightful Pocket Company.


As an organist, he regularly collaborates with the country's leading choirs, orchestras, and music festivals, such as the OBC, the Orchestra of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Vespres d’Arnadí, Capella Reial and Jove Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble O vos omnes, Ensemble Exclamatio, Catalan Youth Choir or Cor de Cambra del Palau de la Música. He has also worked as an organist and harpsichordist at the Teatre Lliure, under the direction of Lluís Pasqual.


As a conductor, he also directs the GAC choir, has worked as a choir coach for the Bachcelona Festival and the Joven Coro de Andalucía, and collaborates with the Cor Francesc Valls from Barcelona Cathedral.


He studied choral conducting at the ESMUC (Barcelona) with masters Josep Vila and Johan Duijck, graduating with Honors for his Final Degree Concert, in which he conducted T. L. de Victoria's Officium Defunctorum. He also continued his studies in organ and chamber music with Oscar Candendo and Juan de la Rubia at ESMUC.


Later, he spent two years in Stockholm, studying choral conducting at the KMH (Kungliga Musikhögskolan i Stockholm) with Fredrik Malmberg, concluding his studies by conducting the Swedish Radio Choir.

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"Music that surprises for its beauty interpreted by the Cor Cererols, masterfully conducted by Marc Díaz"

Maricel Chavarría, La Vanguardia

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