Luca’s talent was first identified at age eight by teacher Charly Harris at Cumnor House Sussex in Haywards Heath.
Luca then auditioned for chorister schools but chose instead to sing in Libera, a choir founded by the late Robert Prizeman.
Mother Mandi, 48, said both Luca’s family and school are proud of him and said Luca is a semi-finalist in the BBC's Young Chorister of the Year.
By age nine, Luca had already toured the world as a member of the Libera Boys Choir. A featured soloist on Aled Jones’ track Vespera and Kurt Bestors’ Ave Maria, he finished Runner Up in BBC Young Chorister of the Year 2022. He has a large following on social media and has received high praise from many industry professionals, including Katherine Jenkins OBE, who claimed he “has a God-given voice.
Exploring a range of classical and crossover repertoire, Rise Up is the debut solo album from 2022 BBC Young Chorister of the Year finalist, Luca Brugnoli. Featuring some of Luca’s favourite pieces, the disc includes many fresh arrangements created especially for this recording.