The European Premiere of The Sacred Veil will take place on 25 & 26 October 2019 at St. John’s Smith Square, London. Premiered at Walt Disney Concert Hall with the Los Angeles Master Chorale in... continued
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Eric is honored to have been named an Ambassador for Make Music Day alongside artists including Philip Glass, Andy Grammer, OK Go and Suzanne Vega.
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The first-ever outdoor screening of Deep Field will take place at the World Science Festival in New York on June 1, 2019. In the stunning surrounds of Brooklyn Bridge Park, Eric will introduce the film which will be accompanied by... continued
Read the accompanying blog post at J.W.Pepper.com.
Thank you to J.W. Pepper for the filming, production and editing.
“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 and loss. Its length... continued
A film crew from Bruzz TV went behind the scenes in rehearsal with Eric and the Brussels Philharmonic this week. Watch the musicians rehearse Deep Field followed by an interview with Eric ahead of the performances on February 21 and 22.
“Voices from 120 countries unite in one of the most powerful moments in composer Eric Whitacre’s film Deep Field. After the viewer travels through the cosmos via a stunning array of Hubble Space Telescope... continued
“In “The Sacred Veil,” Whitacre and the Master Chorale memorably celebrate the precarious beauty of life, offering the welcome consolation of art and a momentary stay against our collective fate.”
Read the full review on the LA Times website.