The Music of Eric N. King | The Cathedral of Our Merciful Savior | 515 NW Second Ave Faribault, MN 55021
Among Eric’s original pieces and arrangements on the program, including works originally premiered by members of the Minnesota Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, as well as eight new world premieres by Eric for this concert:
Several New Small Orchestral Pieces
Two new works plus new arrangements from Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #2
and his Air from Orchestral Suite #3
Several Chamber Duets for Various Instruments
Including the popular cello duet “Romanza”
Plus ones for flute & clarinet, piccolo & oboe, and violin & piano.
Several New Piano Solo Pieces
Including a waltz, an etude, and two nocturnes.
A New Piece for the Bells of the Cathedral Tower Carolon
Music for Voice and Piano
Pieces From Eric's Christmas Piano CD
Eric’s CD was featured on Minnesota Public Radio this last holiday season.
Download promo flyer here.
Thank you to everyone who came out and heard the music on Sunday the 11th! You were such a respectful and appreciative audience, and it made it so much more special to look out and see those kind faces smiling!
This was also easily the largest audience ever at the Cathedral's concert series. If you didn't get to talk to Eric for very long (or even if you did), please feel free to send any of your thoughts or comments on the Contact page. For example, which pieces were your favorites? Your feedback helps us find ways to make the concert experience better.
There were eight world premieres at the concert, and several more premieres of new versions of pieces by Eric, and Bach. Over a dozen musicians participated, including many from the St. Olaf College Orchestra. There wasn't a big enough recognition for the musicians' efforts, but all your preparations and practicing were so appreciated! The results that Sunday were very impressive, especially considering that we had fairly little time to practice together before the concert.
The concert was at the first Episcopal Cathedral built in the USA (shown here), designed by the architect of the Smithsonian and St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York. Plenty of you have already commented about what a beautiful venue it was for a concert, and the videos look amazing!
The Cathedral of Our Merciful Savior Faribault, MN