Libera is an all-boy English vocal group directed by Robert Prizeman. Libera regularly performs concerts in many countries, including the UK, the US and Asia, and regularly makes recordings for their own album releases and other projects.
|Also known as||Angel Voices|
|Labels||Warner Classics, EMI Classics, IHM/Libera Music|
|Associated acts||Aled Jones|
Many members also sing in the parish choir of St. Philip's, Norbury, in South London. According to a 2009 Songs of Praise TV special, the group usually consists of approximately 40 members between the ages of seven and sixteen, including new members who are not yet ready to fully participate in albums or tours. The group recruits from a variety of backgrounds in the London area, and does not require its members to belong to any specific denomination.
In addition to recording albums, touring and making regular TV appearances as Libera, the group sings on a weekly basis as part of the full choir of men and boys at parish choral services. Libera is run as a not-for-profit registered UK charity, "providing the opportunity for suitable boys to train as vocalists from any background". Members do not get paid for their work within Libera, but their expenses are covered when touring.
The Anglican (High Church) parish of St. Philip's, Norbury has a long choral tradition. Their first non-traditional commercial work was in 1984, when the boys of the St. Philip's Choir backed Sal Solo on his song "San Damiano". In 1987, the boys of St. Philip's Choir released the single, "Sing Forever". In 1988, the choir released the single "Adoramus". In 1988, the choir released their first full commercial album, Sing For Ever under the name St. Philip's Choir. The title track for this album was chosen by the BBC as the first Children in Need telethon anthem.
The second album, New Day, released in 1990, was the first album to use the name Angel Voices. During the 1990s, the names "St. Philip's Boy Choir" and "Angel Voices" were both used to refer to the choir. The third album, Angel Voices, was released in 1992. It was re-released in 1993, with the choir referred to as the St. Philip's Boy's Choir. Angel Voices 2 was released in 1996 and Angel Voices 3 was released in 1997. Both were released under the name of St. Philip's Boy's Choir, by the record label MCI.
In 1999, Robert Prizeman released a single and a CD, Libera. The CD contained seven remixes of his original song, "Libera". The first four tracks feature Libera with Daren Geraghty as the main soloist; the last 3 tracks are performed by other artists. In the same year, the choir, calling itself Libera, performed the song on the TV programme Sunday Live. In 1999, the choir released another album entitled Libera, published by Warner Classics. From that point on, the choir has been consistently referred to as "Libera" when acting in its commercial capacity. The next Libera album, Luminosa, was released by Warner Classics in 2001. In 2003, Warner Classics re-released Libera and Luminosa as a two CD set entitled Complete Libera. Ever since 2004, Libera has been under contract with EMI. Their first EMI album was Free. Visions came out in 2005. Libera's 2006 album, Angel Voices, was nominated as Album of the Year by the Classical Brit Awards. New Dawn was released in March 2008. In December 2008, they released their first double CD entitled Eternal (The best of Libera) which contains 26 tracks taken from earlier albums and six new tracks. Their album Peace was released in 2010. November 2011 saw the release of Libera: The Christmas Album.
Libera as a charityEdit
Libera became a registered charity in 2007 under the guidance of the late Steven Philipp (whose son Ben was a soloist in the choir). A US arm of that charity was set up in 2014.
Television appearances and concertsEdit
As Angel Voices, the group made frequent appearances on UK television, mostly on the BBC. During the earlier years as Libera, the group seldom made any TV appearances and concerts were also few and far between. It is only since the group turned into a registered charity in the UK, where a board of trustees consisting largely of parents of members makes all decisions, that Libera have made regular tours (usually three times a year) and more frequent TV appearances.
Major roles in the 1992 TV programme Titchmarsh on Song, presented by Alan Titchmarsh, and the 1993 TV programme Thora on the Straight and Narrow, introduced Angel Voices to a wider public. The show featured the first public performance of the song "De Profundis", which would become "Libera" and give the choir its name. Libera has made numerous music videos for Songs of Praise and Classic FM TV. Other TV appearances include guest spots on GMTV, Blue Peter, Sunday Live, Christmas Cooks, Top of the Pops, Wogan, and Last Choir Standing. In 1994, St. Philip's Choir sang in an episode of the TV series Poirot. In 2003, Libera was the last act to perform on the UK version of the famous TV series This is your Life; they performed for guest Aled Jones. During the episode, it was mentioned that Libera had performed at Aled Jones' wedding. In February 2007, Libera appeared on the television contest When Will I Be Famous? presented by Graham Norton on BBC One. They won, and were invited back the following week. Libera has made several TV appearances in Japan and Korea. Libera also recorded the signature tune for Songs of Praise. Their rendition of "How Can I Keep From Singing" was featured on a British television ad for Waitrose.
On 30 and 31 May 2007, Libera recorded two free concert performances at the Pieterskerk in Leiden, the Netherlands, with the cooperation of the American Public Television. Footage from the performances was combined to create the TV special Angel Voices: Libera in Concert. The programme was featured on Public Broadcasting Service channels in the United States and released by EMI on DVD and CD. The DVD includes a bonus feature entitled "Libera in Their Own Words", which features interviews of some of the boys.
A 35-minute special about Libera aired in January 2009 as an episode of the BBC1 TV show Songs of Praise.
Libera has provided choral backing to a number of artists, including Aled Jones, Björk, Luciano Pavarotti, Hayley Westenra, Peter Skellern, José Carreras, Neil Diamond, Cliff Richard, and Michael Crawford. Libera has also sung for several film soundtracks, including Romeo & Juliet, The Merchant of Venice, Shadowlands and Hannibal. A movie preview for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button uses a brief selection from one of their songs, but they do not appear in the film's final soundtrack.
Several Libera members have performed solo work outside of Libera while still members of the choir. For example, Tom Cully sang for Silence, Night and Dreams by Zbigniew Preisner, and can be heard singing in an episode of the British television series Foyle's War. In 2002, Libera member Steven Geraghty was a featured soloist for the soundtrack of the PlayStation 2 game ICO. More recently, Libera member Ciaran Bradbury-Hickey helped to record the soundtrack of [Road] which is a short film about motorbike racing. Former Libera member Ben Crawley did solo work for Paul Joyce's production of The Snow Queen in 2004.
Libera has a distinctive sound. All of its singers are boys, most with unchanged boy soprano (also known as treble) voices, with those boys in their early teens singing the lowest parts. Almost all their songs are either new compositions by Robert Prizeman or new arrangements of classical and contemporary tunes. Prizeman often composes and arranges pieces with individual soloists in mind, to emphasize the variety of characteristics and qualities in the boys' voices. His compositions blend innovative textures, meditative soloists and vibrant ecstatic chorus harmonies that stretch across the full range of the boys' range. Libera's music frequently combines elements of Gregorian chant, classical composers such as Debussy, Beethoven and Pachelbel, as well as contemporary pop and new age music. Some of their songs, such as "Sanctus", have appeared in different versions on several of their albums. Some more contemporary songs have been covered by the group, such as Enya's Orinoco Flow.
Most of Libera's lyrics come from traditional hymns, the Latin Rite liturgy, and contemporary songs by artists ranging from Brian Wilson and Billy Joel to Enya. However, lyrics from various poems and original lyrics are also used. For example, We are the Lost uses the poems "In Flanders Fields" by John McCrae and "For the Fallen" by Laurence Binyon, along with a single stanza from the English hymn, "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" by Isaac Watts. While most of the Libera's original lyrics are written by Robert Prizeman, other individuals, including former Libera soloist Steven Geraghty, have also contributed new lyrics to recent albums.
Libera uses a variety of instrumentation. Robert Prizeman, Ian Tilley and Steven Geraghty play electronic keyboards, piano and organ. Steven Geraghty also played clarinet for Free, Visions and Angel Voices, and percussion for Visions and Angel Voices. All of their EMI albums feature Fiona Pears on the violin. Angel Voices: Libera in Concert has additional backing by Il Novecento Orchestra. The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra provides backing to their New Dawn album.
For most of their performances, the boys of Libera wear distinctive white hooded robes based on monastic cowls. The boys can be seen wearing the robes on the covers of several albums. Other Libera uniforms include white or black hoodies and black slacks with light blue shirts. Some of their videos have featured the boys wearing ordinary, casual clothing.
Common motifs in the cover art of the choir's albums include birds, clouds, light as well as pictures of the choristers. The 2017 release of Hope adapts this theme using a line drawing of robed choristers.
The 1993 release of Angel Voices, Angel Voices 2, Angel Voices 3, Libera, Luminosa and Welcome to Libera's World all feature white birds (presumably doves, the bird of peace) on their covers. Sing Forever, the 1992 release of Angel Voices, Angel Voices: Libera in Concert and New Dawn show several of the boys dressed in white robes. Free and Visions both show a single, ghostly figure in white robes against a cloudy background. On album Free the ghostly figure featured is Callum Payne. The 2006 Angel Voices album shows several boys wearing what appear to be white hoodies.
- "Sing For Ever" (1987)
- "Adoramus" (1988)
- "Libera" (1995)
- "Salva Me" (1999)
- "Love and Mercy" (2008)
- "Lead, Kindly light" (2010)
- "What a Wonderful World" (2015)
- "America the Beautiful" (2015)
- "The Moon Represents My Heart" (2017)
As Angel Voices:
- Sing For Ever (1988), featuring Jaymi Bandtock, Jonathan Arthey, Ian Grimley, Sam Harper, Gareth Lowman and Mathew Arthey as vocal soloists.
- New Day (1990), featuring Robert Chee-A-Tow, Jaymi Bandtock and Gareth Lowman as vocal soloists.
- Angel Voices (1992), featuring Oliver Putland, Daren Geraghty and Anthony Maher as vocal soloists.
- Angel Voices 2 (1996), featuring Chris Baron, Daren Geraghty, Liam O'Kane as vocal soloists.
- Peace on Earth (1996)
- Angel Voices 3 (1997), featuring Liam O'Kane, Steven Geraghty, Adam Harris, Chris Baron and Alex Baron as vocal soloists.
- Libera (1999), featuring Liam O'Kane, Adam Harris, Steven Geraghty, Alex Baron as vocal soloists. No instrumentalists are credited on the album, however Robert Prizeman did the keyboard work.
- Luminosa (2001), featuring Steven Geraghty, Ben Crawley, Sam Coates, Simon Beston as vocal soloists.
- Complete Libera (2003), two disc set with Libera and Luminosa.
- Free (2004), featuring Ben Crawley, Joseph Platt, Christopher Robson, Anthony Chadney and Raoul Neumann as vocal soloists, and Robert Prizeman, Fiona Pears, Dominic Kelly, Steven Geraghty, Chris Dodd, Ian Tilley and Helen Cole as instrumentalists.
- Visions (2005), featuring Tom Cully, Conor O'Donnell, Michael Horncastle, Joseph Sanders-Wilde, Callum Payne, James Vereycken as vocal soloists and Robert Prizeman as director, conductor and instrumentalist. Other instrumentalists included Ian Tilley, Fiona Pears, John Anderson, Steven Geraghty and Chris Dodd.
- Welcome to Libera's World (2006), featuring Joseph Platt, Ben Crawley, Liam O'Kane, Michael Horncastle and Joseph Sanders-Wilde as vocal soloists, and Robert Prizeman, Fiona Pears, John Anderson, Steven Geraghty, Chris Dodd, Ian Tilley as instrumentalists. The album was released only in Japan. Most of the tracks are re-released from the earlier albums. It includes only one new track, "Far Away".
- Angel Voices (2006), featuring Michael Horncastle, Ed Day, Connor O'Donnell, Tom Cully, Joshua Madine, Joseph Platt, Christopher Robson, Anthony Chadney, Joseph Sanders-Wilde and James Vereycken as vocal soloists, and Robert Prizeman, Fiona Pears, John Anderson, Steven Geraghty, Chris Dodd and Ian Tilley on various instruments.
- Angel Voices: Libera in Concert (2007), featuring Joshua Madine, Ben Philipp, Tom Cully, Ed Day, Liam Connery, Sam Leggett and Joe Snelling as vocal soloists, and Robert Prizeman, Fiona Pears, Steven Geraghty, Il Novecento Orchestra as instrumentalists.
- New Dawn (2008), featuring Tom Cully, Joshua Madine, Ed Day, Liam Connery, Joe Snelling and Benedict Philipp as vocal soloists. Robert Prizeman, Fiona Pears, Ian Tilley, Steven Geraghty, Sam Coates and the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra filled instrumental roles.
- Prayer: You Were There (2008), with Tom Cully, Ed Day, Joshua Madine, Liam Connery, Ben Crawley, Joseph Sanders-Wilde, Joseph Platt, Christopher Robson and Anthony Chadney as vocal soloists. The album was released only in Japan. Most of the tracks are re-released from the earlier albums.
- Eternal: The Best of Libera (2009), a two disk compilation album with a mix of old and new songs.
- Peace (2010), featuring Benedict Philipp, Joshua Madine, Tom Cully, Stefan Leadbeater, James Threadgill, Jakob De Menezes-Wood, Daniel Fontannaz, James Mordaunt and Ralph Skan as vocal soloists. The album was also released in a DeLuxe Edition.
- Miracle of Life (2011) was released only in Japan. "Song of Life" was used in a Japanese television drama.
- The St. Philip's Boys Choir: The Best of Angel Voices (2011), a compilation of songs from Angel Voices (1992) and Angel Voices 2 (1996), from the time period from before the choir became known as Libera.
- Libera: The Christmas Album (2011), a Christmas album, also released in a deluxe edition and Japan edition under the name Winter Songs.
- Angel Voices 2012, a special compilation CD for the Japanese market, was released for the April 2012 Spring Tour in Singapore and Japan.
- Song of Life: A Collection (2012), featuring a new song, "Song of Life", and songs from Free (2004), Visions (2005), Angel Voices (2006), Eternal (2008), New Dawn (2008), and Peace (2010).
- Angels Sing: Christmas in Ireland (2013), a live concert recording of Libera's performance at the Armagh Cathedral.
- Angels Sing: Libera in America (2015), a live concert recording of Libera's performance at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, in Washington, D.C., US in August 2014.
- Libera at Christmas (2016), featuring songs "Hymn To Mary" and "Santa Will Find You", and 3 songs from "Angels Sing: Christmas in Ireland" (2013).
- Hope (2017), featuring a large number of brand new tracks and some older ones redone.
- Beyond (2018), featuring songs “In Paradisum” and renewed versions of “Sanctus”, “Voca Me”, and “Salve Regina”. It has 11 tracks and was released October 12, 2018.
- Christmas Carols with Libera (2019)
- Twelve Monkeys (1995)
- Romeo and Juliet (1996)
- Cousin Bette (1998)
- Hannibal (2001)
- The Merchant of Venice (2005)
- Nobody to Watch Over Me (2008)
- The Greatest Miracle (2011)
- From the New World (2012 anime)
Supporting roles on albums and singlesEdit
As Angel Voices:
- San Damiano (1984), by Sal Solo
- Christmas Wrapping (1990), by Tony Robinson
- The Christmas Album, Vol 2 (1994), by Neil Diamond
- The Big Picture (1997), by Elton John
- Aled (2002), by Aled Jones
- Higher (2003), by Aled Jones
- The Christmas Album (2004), by Aled Jones
- Aled's Christmas Carols (2008) by Aled Jones (DVD)
- Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker, with Berlin Philharmonic cond. Simon Rattle (2009)
- The Prayer (2010) by Classical Relief for Haiti (various artists)
- The Olympic Experience (2012) released by Warner Classics
- Christmas at Downton Abbey (2014) released by Warner Music TV
Concerts and appearancesEdit
Since becoming a registered charity in the UK, Libera has made numerous appearances on TV, radio, and in concert.
- Libera won an episode of the BBC's talent show When Will I Be Famous? hosted by Graham Norton. They received prize money of £10,000.
- Libera recorded two free-admission public concerts at St. Pieterskerk in Leiden, the Netherlands, which were later released as a DVD entitled Angel Voices.
- Libera sang Brian Wilson's song Love and Mercy at his induction into the Kennedy Center Honors
- Summer Tour 2008 – Concerts in the USA, including a performance where Pope Benedict XVI was in attendance.
- Libera appeared on UK television with Aled Jones in a Christmas special where they performed new versions of carols. This was subsequently released on DVD.
- BBC TV's Songs of Praise aired an entire programme dedicated to Libera on 25 January 2009.
- Promo appearances on Japanese TV in Japan.
- Concerts at St. Phillip's Church, Norbury, London and Arundel Cathedral, UK.
- Spring Tour 2009 – Concerts in the USA.
- Summer Tour 2009 – Concerts in Belfast, Dublin (National Concert Hall), Edinburgh.
- Autumn Tour 2009 – Concerts in the Philippines.
- Spring Tour 2010 – Japan, Korea, and the Philippines. (Due to air travel disruption after the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption, the group was forced to return from the Philippines back to Europe via land and sea connections.)
- Concert at Arundel Cathedral, UK.
- Summer Tour 2010 – Concerts across the Deep South of the USA.
- Autumn Tour 2010 – UK Concert Tour – Clifton Cathedral, Bristol – Chester Cathedral, Chester – St. George's Cathedral, London – Beverley Cathedral, Yorkshire.
- Appearance on BBC TV Songs of Praise performing "Eternal Light".
- Various UK TV appearances including "Christmas Cooks", "This Morning", and BBC "Breakfast".
- Concert at Epsom Playhouse, UK.
- Spring Tour 2011.
- Concerts in Canada.
- Summer Tour 2011 – USA – with concerts and TV appearances.
- Recording of the BBC TV "Songs of Praise" 50th Anniversary Concert at Alexandra Palace, London, broadcast on BBC1 on 2 October 2011.
- Autumn Tour 2011 – Concerts in the Philippines.
- Concert at St. George's Cathedral, Lambeth, London, UK on 25 November 2011, with 34 members on stage.
- Book About Libera History- The Journey By Adrian Jeens
- Appearance on BBC TV's Songs of Praise performing "Still, Still, Still".
- UK TV appearances included "Live with Gabby" on Channel 5, and ITV's "This Morning".
- Christmas appearance on BBC Radio 2 on the "Chris Evans" show.
- Appearance on BBC TV's Songs of Praise performing "How Shall I Sing That Majesty" (All Saints' Church, Cheltenham).
- Spring Tour 2012 – Concerts in Singapore and Japan.
- Concert at Arundel Cathedral, UK.
- Japanese TV promo filmed at All Saint's Church, West Dulwich, London, UK.
- Summer Tour 2012 – Channel Islands – Jersey and Guernsey, four concerts in total, between 1–8 August 2012.
- April: concerts in Taiwan and South Korea.
- May: Guildford Cathedral.
- August: St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh.
- Philippines 2013 - october: Manila and Cebu City.
- April: Morristown, New Jersey and New York (Church of the Incarnation).
- May: Arundel Cathedral.
- August: Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (Washington, D.C.).
- Concert at Moscow International Performing Arts Center, Russia.
- Spring Tour – U.S. Concert Tour (Boston, San Antonio, Chicago and Atlanta).
- Guildford Cathedral (May), Exeter Cathedral and Christchurch Priory in July.
- Japan 2015: Universal Studios Japan (august); and Osaka and Tokyo (december 2015).
- Philippines 2016 - february: Manila and Cebu City.
- South Korea (March-April): Suwon, Seoul, Icheon and Daejeon.
- Continental Europe: Main Square, Kraków (Poland) and Vallendar (Germany).
- Desembrer: St George's Cathedral (London).
- Japan 2017 - May–June, Tokyo and Osaka.
- Libera USA Tour 2017 - July–August, Garden Grove and Westlake Village, CA, Houston, TX, Tulsa, OK, St. Louis, MO
- China, October 2017: Wuxi Grand Theatre and Shanghai.
- London, December 2017, Scheduled for St. George's Cathedral, moved to Westminster Cathedral.
- Libera in the US 2018 - July–August: San Antonio –Tobin Center for the Performing Arts– and Plano (Dallas area) Texas; Saint Ignatius Church (San Francisco), Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels (Los Angeles) and Garden Grove (California).
- Concert at Zaryadye Hall, Moscow, Russia on 28 December 2018.
- Libera in Japan 2018 - October: Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka.
- Philippines 2019 - February: Manila (Meralco Theater) and Cebu (Waterfront Hotel).
- Libera USA Tour 2019 - July–August: Cathedral of Saint Paul (Minnesota); Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis (St. Louis, Missouri); Oklahoma City; Westlake Village (California) and in the Christ Cathedral (Garden Grove, California).
- Libera in Japan 2019 - October: Tokyo and Osaka.
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