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July 01, 2016

Texas Bandmasters: Schedule Published

The schedule for the 2016 Texas Bandmasters Association Conference is available to view online.

Eric will take to the stage with the U.S. Air Force Band of the West and the TDCA Choir as well as hosting a clinic with the inspiration Gary... continued

June 02, 2016

KUSC Arts Alive Interview

Recently Eric spoke to Brian Lauritzen, host of KUSC’s weekly Arts Alive show, ahead of his augural performance with the Los Angeles Master Chorale on June 5.

The podcast can be streamed or downloaded from KUSC’s website.

May 30, 2016

Sing with Eric at Jacksonville Sings 2016

Eric is thrilled to be guest conductor at the 5th annual Jacksonville Sings taking place in September 2016. Registrations are now open so sign up now to save your place.

For more information, visit the UNF website.

April 28, 2016

ASCAP Expo – 4/29

Eric will be giving a masterclass as part of ASCAP Expo 2016 taking place at 11:45am on 4/29 in LA.  If you’re at the expo, come on down and say hello!

March 10, 2016

BBC Singers – 7 July 2017 – Milton Court, London

Eric Whitacre is thrilled to be returning to work with the BBC Singers during their 2016-2017 season. “Alive – Choral Music by Eric Whitacre and Contemporaries” will explore repertoire from some of today’s most prolific and... continued

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  • Wrecking Ball, covered by the great Marius Beck and the Eric Whitacre Singers. The music I wrote for the choir is set to the Roman text "Odi et Amo" by the poet Catullus. I thought his ancient poem was a perfect counterpoint to the lyrics of Wrecking Ball: "I hate and I love. Why I do this, perhaps you ask? I do not know, but I feel it and am tortured."

  • The final minute of my arrangement of The Star Spangled Banner, in print soon. Dedicated to the luminous Jenny Cooper, the bravest woman I know. (Performed by The Crossing).

  • The final moments of Her Sacred Spirit Soars, performed by the Eric Whitacre Singers. I love the way the last chord shimmers.

  • Light, warm and heavy as pure gold... (Virtual Choir 1: Lux Aurumque).

  • Night brings its wetness to beaches in your soul. (Virtual Choir 3: Water Night).

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