Ad Libitum is the chamber choir of the Escola Coral Veus Juntes (Quart de Poblet, Valencia), comprised of young singers with a strong musical and vocal education. Its repertoire ranges from classic polyphony to 21st century compositions, both a cappella or with instrumental accompaniment. It has performed Händel’s Messiah –in its complete version– on several occasions, and other great works, for instance Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, Mozart’s Vesperae Solennes de Confessore and Requiem, Rutter’s Magnificat and Poulenc’s ballet Les Biches

It made its debut as opera choir in The Magic Flute and it has given concerts in significant auditoriums and historical venues such as the Castle of Manzanares el Real (Madrid) and the Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo (Rome). It has participated as the resident choir at Early Music Morella (2019) under the direction of Marco García de Paz, and in the Acadèmia de Capella de Ministrers. Recently, Ad Libitum has performed a tour interpreting the Tomás Luis de Victoria’s Officium defunctorum, in collaboration with the specialized early music ensemble Musica Ficta, whose conductor is Raúl Mallavibarrena.

In its wide list of achievements, some of the most important national awards of the music world can be found. For instance, first prize in the Spanish National Grand Prix for Choral Singing (2017), audience award and special FIRACOR award in the Fira de Tots Sants Choral Contest in Cocentaina (2015 and 2016), second prize in the National Choral Contest Antonio José in Burgos (2015), second prize «Lira Marinera de Plata» in the Contest of the Marine Song in San Vicente de la Barquera (2014 and 2016) and Honorable Mention in the International Habaneras and Polyphony Contest of Torrevieja (2016). Furthermore, Ad Libitum’s first album –essència– has obtained the Audience Award in the Premios Carles Santos de la Música Valenciana 2020.