Their friendship after having met at the Escolania de Montserrat and the desire to continue making music together led six musicians to found, in 2018, the Cor Cererols. The choir takes its name from another musician who was once a schoolmaster from Montserrat: Joan Cererols, a composer of the Catalan Baroque and one of the parents of the Montserrat School.
The choir was also born with the will and passion to recover, interpret and disseminate choral music from the 15th century to contemporary authors, with special emphasis on ancient music, which they have lived and sung since they were very young, and all that of authors from other eras who still have to recover. To carry it out, in addition to the six founding members, the choir has a set of regular collaborators depending on the characteristics of each repertoire.
In 2020 the choir makes its record debut with the album Cum Silentio, an album which recovers much of the choral work of Anselm Ferrer (1882 - 1969) and which has been recognized by international critics, being nominated for the ICMA 2021 awards as one of the 20 best records of choral music of 2020.
Cor Cererols has performed at the Montserrat International Organ Festival, the Barberà del Vallès Organ Cycle, the Easter Concert of the Royal Monastery of Pedralbes and has collaborated in the celebration of liturgical acts in Montserrat. Currently, the choir is working on the recovery of the figure of the composer Joan Marc (1582 - 1658).