“Where Will it End” and its new version!

The world has always been ruled by violence but also by the goodness of the soul. And the good side is always seen with music, where, through a song, you are able to express something. Even when it comes to tragedies and the heart is broken, music always exists. That’s why today we want to talk about a song that is having a great success all over the world, named “Where Will it End“. This masterpiece, made up of Clayton Bryant, reminds to the horrific massacre at Garissa University College, where many young students were killed, because of crazy people, who belong to religious and political beliefs different from theirs. A tragedy that has hit not only Africa, but the whole world, because it let us remember how cruel man can be without real motivations.


But Clayton Bryant with his song wants to bring back this sad event and at the same time he offers everyone hope and the desire to fight against those who are prisoners of ignorance. It does not matter the skin color, the place we live in, and the religious and political traditions we have: we are all human beings. Bryant wants to send this message to all people who often fall into prejudices. And with his song, he is having a great success.

This is possible also thanks to the Italian song writer Mariano Schiavolini who helped him in this project, offering a musical base mixed with percussion and the main elements of acoustic guitar, piano and bass. Also important is the presence of Nicolette Turner, who is the main voice of Where Will It End. The song is also special thanks to the collaboration with the well-known Soweto Gospel Choir, who has used a really powerful and exciting sound. Among the most beautiful phrases in this song we have to mention: “When you are the danger in every shadow, then only you can do it right” and “Tell me how can you hate me when you do not know me? You should hurt me before we met, and tell me, who was it that told you, that I could never be your friend?”


With the success of the Bryant version, the composer and producer Mariano has thought about the creation of a second version of Where Will it End, but named “Till the End of Time”.

Here, the musical style is a bit different: mainly jazz, a relaxing sound, accompained by other mix of music genres. Also in this version, the main theme is the terrible massacre that we do not have to forget: people need to stay strong and fight for their own freedom. We need to share the love, not jealousy or bad behaviors. We have to save the souls of the humans.


So what do you think about “Where Will it End” and “Till the end of Time”? If you haven’t known these songs before, watch their official videos on You Tube!
– Where Will it End: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aWxQBA6xx4 
– Till the End of Time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrlz0fixBq0


Lucia Aliberti with Direktor of Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin Gerhard Kampfe and Prof.Giuseppe Montemagno, President of SCAM


Lucia Aliberti celebrated 40 years of international career on 21 july 2017 in Berlin , as a guest star of the concert at Gerndarmenmarkt in the city where she started her career at the Deutsche Oper as the protagonist of the opera “Lucia di Larmermoor”  where she had such a triumphant success that even Maestro Herbert von Karajan went to listen to her.

On the same evening Lucia Aliberti received the “Golden Bellini International Awards” (Premio Bellini d’Oro)  which was delivered by prof. Giuseppe Montemagno, president of SCAM of Catania, birth place of Vincenzo Bellini.

Lucia Aliberti has sung at the world’s major Opera Houses and Concert Halls worldwide including : Deutsche Oper Berlin, Teatro alla Scala di Milano, Covent Garden London, Bolshoi Moscow, Metropolitan Opera New York, Colon Buenos Aires, Concertgebow Amsterdam, Carnegie Hall New York, etc.

Lucia Aliberti was guest star of International Galas from UNESCO and UNICEF.

She has sung for Pope Wojtyla Johannes Paul II in the occasion of the “Jubilee of the world families” at the Saint Peter’s Square in Vatican Rome, for Prince Charles of England at the United Nations Paris, for the german Chancellor Helmut Kohl in Bonn and Berlin, for Margaret Thatcher, for Heads of State, Royal Families etc.