Interview With Barney and Ralph

Libera (Singapore) posted an article from "The Life Of A Choir Boy" site. It's an interview with Barney and Ralph. Thanks, guys :D. According to them, they said it's the first series of interviews with the local media (meaning SG of course). Will there be another one? Well, we'll find out soon. Always keep an eye look out for their tweets or updates in their Twitter and Facebook which you could like/follow below:- (Facebook page)!/LiberaSingapore (Twitter page) - If you follow them, they'll follow you ;)

You can read more here. I'll just post the interview from the article.

How long have you been in the choir and how did you get involved with Libera?
Barney: Two and a bit years.
Ralph: I’ve been in the choir about six and a half years, I think. I came into the choir like most boys do—with an audition, at my teacher’s suggestion.
Who are your favorite singers?
Barney: Adele and Rizzle Kicks.
Ralph: Mumford and Sons—they’re a small English band and they’re quite cool.
So which has been one of your most memorable performances?
Barney: Probably at Arundel Cathedral—it was my first concert and it was me and some other mini boys and it was really good fun.
Ralph: I think that was the Papal Mass at the Yankee Stadium—that was amazing.
What is the toughest thing about being in a traveling choir?
Barney: On my first tour I was a bit unsure about being away from home, but you get used to it and it’s like a sort-of family as we are all friends.
Ralph: The hardest thing when you are traveling with a group is that everything takes so long because we have lots of tickets and passports to get through and things like that. But it’s a great experience and we always fill the time with some jokes or card tricks.
And what do you like best about being in a choir like Libera?
Barney: I get to travel the world—I’ve been to the Philippines, America and Canada, and I’ll be going to Japan and Singapore, which is quite good for one year!
Ralph: The best part of it is in the singing and touring, which may just set you up for life in a musical.
How would you describe the sound of Libera to someone who has never heard you?
Barney: Angelic, as everyone says, but it’s really all about a blend, not just solos. It’s the choir coming together to make one amazing sound.
Ralph: We have a unique sound—kind of a cross between classical and church music, and quite upbeat. We write a lot of it ourselves.


Libera (Singapore) said...

Thank you for promoting Libera (Singapore)! You asked us a question on the M&G a while back. An answer will be provided this week! ;)

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Charmaine said...

@Libera (Singapore) no problem, guys :). gasp!! really? yay!! can't wait for your next updates :DDD

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