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May 03, 2019

Deep Field at World Science Festival 2019

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

February 25, 2019

People’s World reviews The Sacred Veil

“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

February 21, 2019

Bruzz TV: In rehearsal with the Brussels Philharmonic

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.

February 18, 2019

Live radio broadcast from Brussels – February 21

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.

Concert program:

Eric Whitacre: Water Night
Eric... continued

February 12, 2019

Thomas May writes about The Sacred Veil

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

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Eric Whitacre Singers live at the Cathedral of St Paul, Minnesota

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  • Amazing masterclass yesterday with the Minneola High School Choirs and their terrific conductor Ian Tapson. Bravo!

    Amazing masterclass yesterday with the Minneola High School Choirs and their terrific conductor Ian Tapson. Bravo!
  • Los Angeles, Friday morning.

    Los Angeles, Friday morning.
  • Astronaut Michael Collins died today at age 90. He was the man who piloted the Apollo 11 craft Colombia around the moon while Neil and Buzz explored the moon. Perhaps no human being has ever known what it is to be alone as much as this great man did.

    Astronaut Michael Collins died today at age 90. He was the man who piloted the Apollo 11 craft Colombia around the moon while Neil and Buzz explored the moon. Perhaps no human being has ever known what it is to be alone as much as this great man did.
  • “This teacher changed my life and most students who walk through the doors to her chorus room. She is an inspiration – battled breast cancer and has been in remission!!! She gave us everything she had day in and day out. My day 1 experience in her cross campus choir (both HS in our district) was an awakening that I can only imagine is similar to Eric’s moment in choir singing the requiem. She always had her desk stocked with emergency supplies for her kids as if she were all of our collective mother, ready to spring into action. She’s the first to go to out of anyone if you had a problem with anything, even family trouble or outside of school problems. She is extremely generous in that if she knew a student wasn’t eating or couldn’t afford something to eat one day, she would give them lunch money or her apple or literally anything to remedy the situation. Most importantly she made that choir room the safest environment that anyone and everyone felt welcomed in. She is the reason I sing!” Thank you Danielle for keeping the flame alive. Nominated by Joshua.

    “This teacher changed my life and most students who walk through the doors to her chorus room. She is an inspiration – battled breast cancer and has been in remission!!! She gave us everything she had day in and day out. My day 1 experience in her cross campus choir (both HS in our district) was an awakening that I can only imagine is similar to Eric’s moment in choir singing the requiem. She always had her desk stocked with emergency supplies for her kids as if she were all of our collective mother, ready to spring into action. She’s the first to go to out of anyone if you had a problem with anything, even family trouble or outside of school problems. She is extremely generous in that if she knew a student wasn’t eating or couldn’t afford something to eat one day, she would give them lunch money or her apple or literally anything to remedy the situation. Most importantly she made that choir room the safest environment that anyone and everyone felt welcomed in. She is the reason I sing!” Thank you Danielle for keeping the flame alive. Nominated by Joshua.
  • Hey gang, let’s celebrate! Come join me LIVE as we mark the one year anniversary of the launch of VC6.

    Hey gang, let’s celebrate! Come join me LIVE as we mark the one year anniversary of the launch of VC6.