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Eric’s transcription of Lux Aurumque for orchestra is now available through Hal Leonard.
2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, 2 Clarinets in Bb, 2 Bassoons
4 Horns in F, 3 Trumpets in Bb, 2 Tenor trombones, Bass trombone, Tuba
Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Violoncello, Contrabass
Visit the Hal Leonard site for more information.
Tickets are now on sale for Eric’s December concerts in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Bel Canto Choir Vilnius (artistic director Artūras Dambrauskas)
Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra
Lithuanian Military Wind Orchestra
Giunter Percussion ensemble
Lina Dambrauskaitė soprano
Tickets for the Eric Whitacre Singers concert at St. Josaphat Basilica in Milwaukee, WI are now on sale with only a small number left in the Premium Category.
ERIC WHITACRE & ERIC WHITACRE SINGERS
Music for Sacred Spaces, March... continued
Eric is honored to be performing at the U.S. Department of State’s Our Ocean Conference this week alongside Grace Potter and Leslie Odom Jr..
The focus of the conference is to catalyze actions to protect the ocean and to empower a new generation to lead the way toward a healthy and sustainable ocean.
Read more on the Ocean Conference Website.
We are thrilled to announce that Eric will bring his professional choir to his homeland for only the second time ever in Spring 2017. The tour, entitled Music for Sacred Spaces, will feature some of his Eric’s most... continued
Congratulations to the Los Angeles Master Chorale on being awarded a major grant from The James Irvine Foundation in order to help facilitate more singing in the State of California.
Read the full press release on the LAMC website.
It has just been announced that Eric will join the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for concerts in London’s Royal Albert Hall and Cardiff’s St. David’s Hall in Summer 2017. The program will include Eric’s... continued
Ahead of his performances in Hong Kong next week, Eric has spoken to Interlude about his composition techniques, inspirations and more. Read the full article on the Interlude website.
Thanks to Joseph Sunde and to the Acton Institute blog for the the recent piece on the Virtual Choir. Read the full article on the Acton Institute blog.
“The knock-out audience grabber, the shortest piece on the program, honored water in the form of a rainstorm on thirsty ground. Eric... continued