“The knock-out audience grabber, the shortest piece on the program, honored water in the form of a rainstorm on thirsty ground. Eric... continued
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To the Pasadena Master Chorale and their Listening to the Future initiative. 4 new works by young composers, concert tonight! http://www.pasadenamasterchorale.org
Having worked with the National Youth Choir of Scotland as part of the opening ceremony of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and premiere of the Virtual Youth Choir, Eric has donated a... continued
“His arrangement [Eric’s arrangement of Depeche Mode’s Enjoy the Silence] was skillful and haunting in a way that sincerely added to the source material. Following this was Anders Hillborg’s Mouyayoum, a wordless... continued
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.
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.
Eric takes to the stage of Disney Hall on June 5 for his first conducting appearance with the Los Angeles Master Chorale since his appointment as Artist in Residence.
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!
Eric is honored to have been named Featured Composer at the 2016 Texas Bandmasters Association Convention taking place in San Antonio, Texas from 21-24 July 2016.
More information about clinics, workshops and... continued
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