Celebrating 10 years of Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir, this commemorative album features more than 35,000 singers from 145 countries who have come together to sing as one. Every singer is credited in... continued
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Eric was honored to have been asked to write a new carol for Maggie’s Centres which will premiere as part of their virtual Christmas concert, Carols in the Kitchen. Tune in live at 10am PT / 6pm GMT on December 13... continued
In celebration of the tenth anniversary of the Virtual Choir and the release of Sing as One, we’d like to invite you to share your Virtual Choir memories.
Visit VC Family to read or watch other contributions and to share your story.
“Nothing about choirs is harmonious with COVID-19.
Group singing, which generates respiratory droplets at high rates in close quarters, dramatically increases chances of COVID spread. Linked to multiple outbreaks, choirs... continued
The Sacred Veil score is now in print from all good retailers.
Recently, Eric spoke to Tom Cridland for the Greatest Music of All Time podcast. You can listen now on your preferred podcast platform.
To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Virtual Choir, we would like to release a special, commemorative album of our Virtual Choir performances – Sing as One – featuring Virtual Choirs 1-6,... continued
I’m thrilled to announce that my latest album – The Sacred Veil – is out today. Written over a period of three years with my best friend, poet Charles Anthony Silvestri (Tony), it’s a story of great beauty and love, loss and grief.
This week on New Classical Tracks, Eric and Charles Anthony Silvestri talk about their latest release, ‘The Sacred Veil,’ which explores the journey of a soul crossing the threshold into the next world.
To listen or find out more, visit the Classical MPR website.
“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... continued