A great conversation with NJ Symphony concertmaster Eric Wyrick. Eric is on faculty at Princeton University, and was a long-time member and leader within the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Our conversation covered preparing for high-pressure performances, raising musical children, and what it takes to build a career in the orchestral world today. In the interview, Eric demonstrates a few techniques which can be viewed on the video version of this interview, available on our YouTube channel.
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- Eric Wyrick at Princeton University: Eric Wyrick - Department of Music at Princeton University
- Eric Wyrick performing the Busoni Violin Concerto live with the New Jersey Symphony: https://youtu.be/37q8vvZqB0k
- Eric Wyrick performing "321 Concerto for Acoustic and Electric Violin" - available on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5GWugLl8EfQXCykUwXlFoJ?si=f6XeQHrVSjq7h8uCnhHezQ
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Ending music: "Mending Wall Set" by JoAnna Farrer - https://spoti.fi/3mlFYEy