For the very first time, Eric will conduct the piece that changed his life for ever – Mozart’s Requiem. Making his debut with the Louisville Orchestra and Louisville Chamber Choir, the performance of this mighty work will be... continued
Eric will be travelling to Iceland this fall to host a series of workshops culminating in a performance at the stunning Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik.
To take part or attend the concert, visit the Icelandic Choral Directors Association website.
Eric’s Grammy-winning album, Light and Gold, is now available in Dolby Atmos. Stream now from Apple, Amazon or TIDAL.
“Whitacre creates a palpable sense of the poet’s [Whitman] ‘great draughts of space with his eight-part voicings. This is a perfect gem.”
“Under the composer’s gentle direction, this generously filled recording will undoubtedly achieve widespread acclaim, and deservedly so.”
Review of “Home“, Malcolm Riley in Gramophone (UK)
Eric talks to Samira Ahmed from BBC Radio 4’s Front Row about his new album ‘Home’ with vocal ensemble VOCES8.
Listen to the full episode on BBC Sounds.
Eric is proud to share that he received an honorary doctorate from Chapman University last week for his work as a leading figure in the arts and his creative endeavours and prolific contributions to music.
The Eric Whitacre Singers, Andrea Haines (of VOCES8) and pianist Christopher Glynn will join Eric for a special evening of his much-loved works at Kings Place, London (UK). The programme will include ‘All Seems Beautiful To... continued
Eric joined Michael Fenton Stevens on My Time Capsule Podcast to talk about the five things he’d like to put in a time capsule; four he’d like to preserve and one he’d like to bury and never have to think about again.
Listen to the podcast on My Time Capsule, Spotify , Google and Apple Podcasts.