“I’m still in training” – Loretta Larbi, emerging classical musician from Ghana


One Voice Choir’s lead soprano Loretta Larbi has revealed ongoing plans to reach the pinnacle of her career as an opera singer.

She made this known during an interview on Joy Prime where she also performed a number of pieces including local tunes.

The talented Loretta Larbi appeared on Joy Prime’s morning show after making her debut at the annual Law Dinner Awards hosted by the University of Ghana Law School Students’ Union.

She has hinted that she had been actively singing choral pieces for almost a decade until she recently became interested in classical music as a soprano.

Her wide vocal range for mezo-soprano and soprano pieces testifies to her potential.

She added that she was inspired by American opera singer Jessye Norman of blessed memory.

When asked how she balances law school and a music career, she replied, “I compartmentalized my life to cope”

In addition to her tedious life as a student, Ms. Larbi manages to find time for a virtual voice training class in the United States despite the jet lag.

She also manages to play private concerts when she is not performing with her choir.

Miss Larbi is a soprano who takes the proven path from choral music to classical music and opera.

Her wide vocal range makes her comfortable with soprano and mezzo-soprano pieces. She holds a first degree from the University of Ghana in Linguistics.

She is currently studying voice privately in Chicago.


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