You may not have known that Liliac has television experience already. Read on to find out more about this exciting new act before you see them on AGT. Liliac is made up of five siblings in the Cristea family.
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The band was envisioned by their father Floren Cristea a. Chriss Floren recognized that his children had the musical gift at a young age and invested time to coach them to become better musicians and encouraging them to pursue their dreams. Samuel Cristea, 19 years old, is the lead guitarist; Abigail Cristea, 18 years old, is the drummer, Melody Cristea, 16 years old, is the vocalist and bassist, Ethan Cristea, 11 years old, is the rhythm guitarist, Justin Cristea, 10 years old, is the keyboardist. Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way? It has not always been a smooth road. In we moved to California from Oregon, because we had to file for bankruptcy. Our dad started working in his home studio and our mom as a caregiver.
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More than just a talented ensemble, there is a deeper bond between them. The five-piece band is made up of the Cristea siblings; three brothers and two sisters ranging from ages 11 to Basically, he gave us all instruments that we fell in love with, and then we found our genre of music and we fell in love with what we are doing right now. So, I assigned each one an instrument, took them to Downey Music Center where they took lessons for three years, and then from there the band started. Liliac consists of year-old lead guitarist Samuel, year-old drummer Abigail, year-old frontwoman Melody on bass guitar and vocals, year-old Ethan on rhythm guitar, and youngest brother Justin, 11, on keyboards. In addition to giving up most of their weekends, the Cristea children are also home schooled in an effort to dedicate as much time as possible to their music. Samuel, Abigail, and Melody also graduated early at 16 to free up precious rehearsal time.