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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

RadioSeptember 22, 2014

CBC Choral Connections

Eric Whitacre is probably the world’s top choral composer right now. And with good reason. His music is full of rich, satisfying harmonies. It’s fun to sing, and not all that difficult, so it can make even an amateur choir sound rich and... continued

RadioMarch 20, 2013

The Choir, BBC Radio 3

Eric Whitacre – From Monteverdi to Whitacre

Eric Whitacre introduces a selection of choral music ranging from Monteverdi and Bach to 21st century classics, including his own music, sung by the Eric Whitacre Singers, and talks about what... continued

RadioDecember 30, 2010

BBC Radio 4 Today December 2010

James Inverne of Gramophone speaks about why British choirs are the best, with a mention of Eric Whitacre. Audio clip of Lux Aurumque.

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