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November 11, 2021

Interview with MusicRoom

“It’s a great question. The first part of the process – pure inspiration – can come from anywhere and come at any time. I wish I knew how to how to activate it on command. I can go several weeks, I’ve always got ideas running and usually they... continued

The Virtual School is now open for enrollment

November 01, 2021

The Virtual School is now open for enrollment

Eric Whitacre’s Virtual School offers direct access to practical and artistic insights gained over more than thirty years by one of the most frequently performed of all contemporary composers. The Beautiful Mess: Masterclass in... continued

October 28, 2021

Win a free virtual masterclass

To celebrate the launch of Eric Whitacre’s Virtual School, here is your chance to win one of three virtual masterclasses for your school, college or educational group. The opportunity is open to any institution anywhere in the world, with... continued

August 04, 2021

World Premiere with the Cincinnati Pops

A new orchestral work from Eric will feature in a program celebrating 10 years of John Morris Russell.

Join the Pops and a host of guest artists from some of the past decade’s most memorable performances to celebrate JMR,... continued

May 30, 2021

‘Sing Gently’ performed live on JackTrip

Recorded live on JackTrip Virtual Studio with singers up to 400 miles apart, Eric conducted members of the Southern California Children’s Chorus, San Francisco Girls Chorus and Ragazzi Boys Chorus in the world premiere of ‘Sing Gently’ for upper voices.

May 14, 2021

NAMM Advocacy Summit

Eric will take part in “Give Me Five!” as part of the 2021 NAMM Advocacy Summit.

NAMM members, music educators and administrators, college music faculty and students, music and cultural organization staff, parents, teachers, and community members are... continued

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Eric Whitacre Singers live at the Cathedral of St Paul, Minnesota

Eric Whitacre Singers live at the Cathedral of St Paul, Minnesota

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  • Thanks to our good friend Sarah for telling it like it is.

    Thanks to our good friend Sarah for telling it like it is.
  • Woo hoo!

    Woo hoo!
  • Hey gang! Thrilled to be heading back to Chicago this month for the Midwest Clinic. If you’re attending, I’d love to see you at my session!  In addition, a highlight for me is the chance to conduct the incredible Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Philharmonic playing my new orchestral transcription of ‘October’. Aaand... there are two "meet and greet" opportunities to give us the chance to say hello at either the Hal Leonard or Yamaha booth. I'll also be happy to sign a score or octavo if you'd like to bring one along. Here are the timings and locations of each of the events. Hope to see you there!

    Hey gang! Thrilled to be heading back to Chicago this month for the Midwest Clinic. If you’re attending, I’d love to see you at my session! In addition, a highlight for me is the chance to conduct the incredible Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Philharmonic playing my new orchestral transcription of ‘October’. Aaand… there are two "meet and greet" opportunities to give us the chance to say hello at either the Hal Leonard or Yamaha booth. I'll also be happy to sign a score or octavo if you'd like to bring one along. Here are the timings and locations of each of the events. Hope to see you there!
  • Yesterday at @laopera with the songbird herself, @laurence_servaes. And speaking of birds, check out those shoes by @katmaconie!

    Yesterday at @laopera with the songbird herself, @laurence_servaes. And speaking of birds, check out those shoes by @katmaconie!
  • Stephen Sondheim died today at the age of 91. There are no words to express my admiration and love of his lyrics, his music, his storytelling gifts. Thank you, Maestro, for all the beauty, humor, and humanity you gave to us. Photo by Richard Avadon.

    Stephen Sondheim died today at the age of 91. There are no words to express my admiration and love of his lyrics, his music, his storytelling gifts. Thank you, Maestro, for all the beauty, humor, and humanity you gave to us. Photo by Richard Avadon.