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Less than two months remain until Eric makes his Belgian conducting debut with the Flemish Radio Choir. He joins the Choir for a tour encompassing beautiful venues in Brussels, Bruges, Ghent and Hasselt in the first weeks of January.... continued
As part of Children in Need’s annual fundraising efforts, Eric has donated an original, handwritten, signed manuscript of Lux Aurumque to their charity auction to help raise money for Children in Need.
The charity... continued
The Centre of Performance Science at the Royal College of Music has just launched a new research project into the health and well-being of new mums and the the effectiveness of singing interventions.
If you’re a new mum or... continued
Just over a week to go until NDSU’s Choral Symposium featuring workshops & sessions with Eric alongside some of America’s leading contemporary composers.
Visit the NDSU website for more information and tickets.
Eric will take to the stage of Meyerson Symphony Center to lead Dallas Winds through a programme of all the band music he’s written to date including the premiere of Deep Field for band.
Eric is honored to have be recently included on story-telling and story-sharing website Pour Your Cup. Pour Your Cup offers a place for people to share stories of how their lives have been altered by someone who expected nothing in return. Head over to their website to read their stories or share your own.
Tune in to Hong Kong’s Radio 3 at 11am local time tomorrow (September 15) to hear Eric chatting to host Phil Whelan on “Morning Brew”.
In 1996 four students at the Juilliard School met and became fast friends: Eric Whitacre, John Mackey, Steven Bryant and Jonathan Newman. Eric will lead the group in a wide ranging discussion on everything from the creative process to the commissioning of new works.
Visit the Midwest Clinic site for more information.