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The Eric Whitacre Singers have established themselves as one of the finest ensembles of our day.
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September 20, 2018

Fly To Paradise Featured On New Sarah Brightman Album

Fly to Paradise, featuring the Eric Whitacre Singers, has been recorded by best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman for her upcoming album Hymn, out on November 9.

The piece was first released as the product of Virtual Choir 4, featuring almost 6,000 singers from across the globe.

November 17, 2017

New Single – Hurt – Out Today

The first in a series of new choral singles that Eric’s releasing is out today: Hurt. Recorded with the Eric Whitacre Singers and the inimitable Grace Davidson in Air Studios, listen now to Eric’s take on Trent Reznor’s hauntingly beautiful song.

Find it on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.

Reviews

  • "Five Hebrew Love Songs show the superlative qualities of the composer's newly formed Eric Whitacre Singers."

    BBC Music Magazine
  • "Superlative and compelling performances"

    Gramophone
  • "Their collective intonation is stunning, and they sing with conviction and enjoyment."

    Gramophone
  • "technical and expressive excellence"

    BBC Music Magazine
  • "The burgeoning crescendo which opens "i thank You God" is one of many other examples of the EW Singers' technical and expressive excellence."

    BBC Music Magazine
  • "soupily addictive and beautifully sung"

    The Observer
  • "The singing is just perfect: pure, light, tender, with gossamer-weighted ornamentations."

    Classic FM Magazine
  • "[Eric] obtains the best possibly blend from his eponymous Singers"

    Gramophone
  • "passages of shimmering clarity gave way to a crescendo of pealing, free-falling harmonies"

    The Daily Telegraph
  • "...clean voices and secure pitch"

    The Times

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  • With Eric Whitacre at Union Chapel, Islington, London
  • With Eric Whitacre and  the King's Singers at St Silas Church, Kentish Town, London
  • Live performance at the launch event for  Light & Gold
  • Photo by A. Michaelis