Ever since its foundation in 1987, Capella de Ministrers ensemble, directed by Carles Magraner, has developed an important investigative and musicological task in favour of the musical Spanish patrimony, from the medieval times up to the 19th century.
The ensemble has performed numerous concerts in the best music venues in Spain and also outside Spain, particularly in Europe, Asia, America and Africa. As a result of their study and recovery of early music, the ensemble has produced more than 55 records. The group has been awarded numerous prizes from the specialised press as well as other awards, including best recording production from the Ministry of Culture and the "Importante" award from Editorial Prensa Valenciana as well as diverse record prizes like the 2018 International Classical Music Awards, for best Early Music recording (ICMA). Capella de Ministrers activities reach beyond scenic arts, with film and theatre directors like Alex Rigola, Juli Leal, Vicent Genovés, Jaume Martorell, Bigas Luna, the choreographer Santiago Sempere, as well as musicians from other disciplines, such as Joan Enric Lluna and Miguel Marín. Their performance of El Cant de la Sibil.la was included in the Bigas Luna film, Son de Mar. In 2003, Capella de Ministrers participated in Luna's adaptation of the Comedias Bárbaras by Valle-Inclan for the closing performance of the Valencia Biennal.