WORLD FAMOUS BOY CHOIR LIBERA TO PLAY CLIFTON CATHEDRAL
They’ve gained worldwide recognition for their interpretation of both classical and popular music and now the boys choir Libera are playing a concert at the distinctive Clifton Cathedral in Bristol.
The concert, which starts at 7.30pm on October 27, will feature all of their favourite songs.
The singers of Libera who are aged seven to sixteen attend many different local schools in South London and come from a variety of backgrounds. Although they are boys and they sing, they do not think of themselves as choirboys, but rather as an alternative kind of boy band.
Recent appearances include Papal Mass at the climax of Pope Benedict XVI’s first visit to the USA. Performing to a capacity congregation of 60,000 at New York’s Yankee Stadium - Libera were the only British artists to take part in this historical event, Mass at London’s Westminster Cathedral and at Buckfast Abbey in Devon.
They also feature on the Waitrose Christmas adverts with Aled Jones and appeared on BBC’s Last Choir Standing.
Click HERE to see their performance.
Tickets from £10 at Ticketweb or on 08444 77 1000.
by 247 Magazine