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RadioAugust 05, 2020

BBC World Service

“As Covid-19 has swept the world we’ve become used to seeing musicians in lockdown presenting videos of virtual performances. But for the Grammy-award winning American composer and conductor Eric Whitacre, the idea of a virtual choir is... continued

RadioAugust 05, 2020

NPR’s All Things Considered

“Here’s a surprising statistic: According to a survey by Chorus America, one in six Americans, or 54 million people, sing in choral groups, whether that’s community, school and children’s choirs, religious groups or professional... continued

FeaturesAugust 05, 2020

Google’s The Keyword Blog

“Whitacre says that improvisational spirit is key to creating his choirs, and he’s grateful that technology can enable great collaborations despite social distancing. “It really speaks to the best of technology,” he says. “This, I think, is the best of the promise of the Internet.”

Read the full article on Google’s Keyword Blog.

FeaturesAugust 05, 2020

Forbes

How Eric Whitacre Built A Surprisingly Real Online Community In The World’s Largest Virtual Choir

Read the full article on Forbes.com.

Concert ReviewsFebruary 25, 2019

People’s World reviews The Sacred Veil

“The Sacred Veil may be the single most important musical contribution in our time, perhaps in any time, to a non-religious, as well as non-political—perhaps we might say non-teleological understanding of death... continued

FeaturesFebruary 21, 2019

Bruzz TV: In rehearsal with the Brussels Philharmonic

A film crew from Bruzz TV went behind the scenes in rehearsal with Eric and the Brussels Philharmonic. Watch the musicians rehearse Deep Field followed by an interview with Eric ahead of the performances on February 21 and 22.

In The NewsAugust 02, 2018

Eric rejoins Bel Canto Choir Vilnius

Presenting the final two concerts of the ‘Open to the World’ concert series, Eric joins Bel Canto Choir and talented guest artists  at the Lithuanian National Philharmonic for a programme featuring works and arrangements by... continued

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