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.
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“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.
Eric’s concert with the Brussels Philharmonic, the Flemish Radio Choir, Kalliope and Koriolis will be broadcast live on Klara Radio this Thursday at approximately 8:15pm GMT +1.
Eric Whitacre: Water Night
Today marks the LA Master Chorale’s season announcement for 209-2020 and Eric is thrilled to be once again conducting the their Festival of Carols concerts later this year. Subscribe now to the season to guarantee your seat in Disney Hall. Individual tickets will go on sale later this year.
For more information, visit the LAMC website.
Ahead of the premiere this weekend, Eric has spoken to Craig L Byrd of Cultural Attaché about writing with dear friend and poet Tony Silvestri and dealing with grief.
Read the full article on CulturalAttache.co.
Ahead of the premiere of Eric’s new work – The Sacred Veil – Thomas May has interviewed poet Charles Anthony Silvestri about the collaborative creative process.
One of his first reactions before embarking on the larger-scale work,... continued
An interview with Eric will be broadcast on Radio Klara this Saturday between 2pm and 6pm local time ahead of his performance with the Brussels Philharmonic later this month. Tune into Music Matters to hear more about the concerts including the European premiere of Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe in the concert hall.
David Miller’s beautiful arrangement of October for Brass Ensemble is now available through J.W. Pepper.
Eric was honored to receive the SupportMusic Champion award at the NAMM Grand Rally for Music Education. As well as speaking about how music brings people together, Eric conducted performances of Cloudburst and Fly to Paradise with singers from all over the States.
Check out some pictures of the event in the gallery.
Today sees the release of the official soundtrack to “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”. Eric was thrilled to have been able to be a part of the incredible score from John Powell and spent time recording with the Eric Whitacre Singers at Abbey Road Studios last year.
Eric is honored to return to Carnegie Hall on Sunday, April 28 to perform with Distinguished Concerts Singers International and pianist Kelly Yu-Chieh Lin. Tickets are now on sale for the all-Whitacre program that includes his arrangement of the Star-Spangled Banner, Lux Aurumque, Sleep and i carry your heart.
Eric is thrilled to have collaborated with Apple Music on Bliss Radio, the new choral radio station.
“To me, the voice is the most perfect instrument of them all. It brings such deep emotion to... continued
Eric will present Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe as part of the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts ‘Vibrations’ series in the 60th anniversary year of... continued
Ahead of Sing with Eric at the 2019 NAMM Grand Rally for Music Education, Eric caught up with College Magazine to discuss starting out in music, his virtual choir, and advocating music education.
Read the full interview at Collegemagazine.com.