Eric will make his BBC Proms debut on August 29, conducting the combined forces of the Eric Whitacre Singers and BBC Singers [More information]
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There are still a few tickets left for Soaring Leap London on 24th June… [More information]
Water Night was featured on WQXR’s new music channel Q2. Tune in here!
A few places are still available at Soaring Leap Ohio on Thursday. Check out the Soaring Leap page for details on how to sign up!
Join Eric on Google+ Hangouts for the premiere of last year’s live Eric Whitacre Singers concert, filmed in London on the eve of the Water Night recording sessions.
The video goes live on Wednesday, 18th April at 8pm UK time/3pm New... continued
On the evening of April 14th, the VC3 will be seen and heard in Titanic Belfast, Northern Ireland’s iconic new Visitor Centre dedicated to the birthplace of the Titanic. Following the celebrations around the opening of the new building and... continued
Eric Whitacre will appear on BBC Breakfast on April 13th with the youngest member of the Virtual Choir, Georgina.
Eric’s second album as composer and conductor on Decca, ‘Water Night’, debuts at #1 in the US iTunes and Billboard Classical Charts.
Sunday June 24th: Soaring Leap LSO St Lukes, London, UK. For enquiries about the day please call Sarah Thwaites on 01753 783739. To book your place please call the Barbican Box office on 020 7638 8891.
Signed copies of ‘Water Night’ are now available through the US webstore.
Virtual Choir 3, ‘Water Night’, received 3746 videos from 73 countries around the world and launched on April 2nd 2012 at a live event at Lincoln Center, webcast on Lincoln Center Website, and revealed online.
In anticipation of the release of Eric Whitacre’s Virtual Choir 3, ‘Water Night’, ABC News will have an exclusive preview of the film in their national news shout on April 1st.
Eric Whitacre will be conducting an evening of his own music, plus two pieces by Morten Lauridsen at Carnegie Hall, with hundreds of singers from across the world and Lauridsen at the piano on 30th March.
The Virtual Choirs were featured on NBC Nightly News, 26th February and footage included participants sharing their personal experiences and the post production stages of Virtual Choir 3.
Eric Whitacre’s debut album as composer and conductor on Decca, ‘Light & Gold’, won a GRAMMY in 2012 for Best Choral Performance.