“Eric Whitacre’s works have entered the consciousness of fans of contemporary classical music with a suddenness that echoes Sir John Tavener’s Song Of Athene, albeit without the tragic circumstances surrounding it.”
He’s the Facebook phenomenon and YouTube sensation who is taking classical music to the younger generations. But, as he prepares to make his Welsh debut, Eric Whitacre tells Karen Price how his own introduction to choral work was a fluke.
Read the full article on the Wales Online website
Eric Whitacre Regional Radio Interviews – Sunday 14th November
BBC Radio Stoke, Sunday Breakfast – Interview begins at 2:47
BBC Radio Suffolk, Rob Dunger – Interview begins at 1:39
“Their performances steal the heart.”
Read the full review in the Spirit of Change Magazine December 2010.
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