I deeply love your country
Tony Sarcone emailed us a review of Libera in America and the character of the British people -
I wholeheartedly agree with Cat's sentiments about Libera. I saw them at the April 6 concert in Hartford, Connecticut. They were awesome. Not only are they first-rate singers, but their mini-intros throughout the show are informative and endearing. "Mini-Ben" Philipp's segment on how several voices come together to make the "Libera sound" was nicely done and well received. After the performance, I attended the "Meet and Greet". What nice young men - certainly Brits at their best! Someday I hope to see and hear them again.
While I'm here -I would like to take this opportunity to let you know that I visited the UK in 2005 - between the two bombings! I spent most of my time in London, but did get to Stonehenge and Bath. I found everyone I met to be friendly and helpful. In spite of the horrific first bombing, people were upbeat and cheerful. I rode the Underground many times. I felt safe and secure because of the way Brits carried themselves.
I deeply love your country - its history, beauty and people. I want to return and visit your many cathedrals. Since I was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts, I would like to visit your Plymouth and Devon where many of the Pilgrim Fathers came from.
Also, I feel it would be wonderful to attend church services at St. Philip, Norbury, the home of Libera - and hear all the choirs there and Libera in its "element".
I plan on exploring your website more fully in the future.