Familiar to audiences across the world, the boys have an original sound, which is at once both ancient and modern. Their distinctive white robes symbolise the traditional origins of their style - yet their music reaches across the generations to a contemporary audience. Libera’s success in album charts around the world bears witness to the extraordinary appeal of this unique ‘boy band’. Enchanting audiences wherever they go, they have attracted an enthusiastic fan base in many countries, particularly the US & Canada, Russia, UK, Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea.
Libera is essentially a liturgical choir and the boys sing mass weekly in South London churches. The majority of the boys attend Catholic schools in London.
Through many recordings, radio & TV appearances and performances in concert halls and cathedrals across the world, Libera has taken their sounds to a broad audience – from famous TV shows like NBC ‘Today’ and ‘Jay Leno’ as their albums soared to the top of the US charts - to being the only British performers in New York’s Yankee Stadium at the climax of Pope Benedict XVI’s first ever visit to the USA - and this year to be honoured to sing at the World Youth Day in Krakow.
Through their involvement in Libera, the boys have travelled the world, recorded movie soundtracks and CDs and served as backing singers to mega-stars. But, as one of the boys said, “The travelling and filming is fun but even if we didn’t go anywhere I’d still want to do it because I just love singing.”
“Pure, honest and touching, this music knows no boundaries, language, race, creed or colour”
Sound mixing & production – Sam Coates
Lighting – Luke Avery
Stage management – Kavana Crossley
Stage direction – Steven Geraghty
Libera co-ordination and chaperones – Barbara Geraghty & Eleanor Lewis