|April 13, 2013|
Eric Whitacre’s Concert with the Choir of Trinity College, Monash Sinfonia and cellist David Berlin
- Saturday 13 April at 7.30pm
- Robert Blackwood Hall, Monash University
Whitacre’s concert will feature works from his two chart-topping albums Light & Gold and Water Night, the haunting choral work Lux Aurumque from his ground-breaking virtual choir project, and The River Cam, which he composed for cellist Julian Lloyd Webber’s sixtieth birthday.
“An inspiring demonstration of the power of the voice. 4 1/2 stars”? Sydney Morning Herald review of Whitacre’s Sydney concert in March 2013
Eric Whitacre’s works have entered the standard choral and symphonic repertories and have become the subject of scholarly works and doctoral dissertations He has received composition awards from the Barlow International Composition Competition, the ACDA and the American Composers Forum. He is also well-known for his Virtual Choir projects, the first of which featured 185 singers from 12 countries singing his composition Lux Aurumque. It received more than 1 million views on YouTube in its first month. The latest, Virtual Choir 3: Water Night, received 3,746 submissions from 73 countries.
Tickets from box office or from http://monash.edu.au/mapa/
Robert Blackwood Hall, Monash University Wellington Parade, ClaytonShare