Barry Gerald Webb's lifetime love of music began as a treble singing in various choirs in Oxford followed by studying the violin, and leading the County and University orchestras.
After studying Philosophy at Cambridge, he undertook post graduate study of opera at the RNCM and RSAMD. He has sung with the Royal Opera House chorus, the Bayreuth Festival chorus, and with the La Scala Milan chorus.
His solo roles include Don Ramiro in Cenerentola, Tamino in Magic Flute, and Lenski in Eugene Onegin. He has performed in Opera gala evenings, notably on the magnificent ship the QE2 on her passage to New York.
He has appeared in chorus on soundtracks for the Lord of the Rings and Star Wars (2005 at Abbey Road).
His various opera and music companies include: Co-Opera (1992 Eugene Onegin), Bloomsbury Opera (1994 producing the Magic Flute in an open-air swimming pool), Klaster Studios sro in Prague (2009-2014) and Project Nepomuk (2017-19) in Liverpool and Nepomuk, Czech Republic.
He conducted his opera ‘Nepomuk‘ in Liverpool in 2018, singing at the Frantiskovy Lazne Literary Festival and on Czech Radio.
This initiative is being continued through wellness and music projects through his company Aquawebb Ltd, and the house in Klaster Nepomuk.