Eric Miranda

Eric Miranda’s varied singing career spans two decades and has included solo appearances at Orchestra Hall, at the Ravinia Festival, and in Millennium Park with the Grant Park Symphony ChorusEric has appeared in concert with Newberry Consort, Callipygian Players, Bella Voce Camerata, Tower Chorale, Chicago Arts Orchestra, DePaul Community Chorus, South Bend Chamber Orchestra, and Elgin Master Chorale and Symphony. His regional opera credits include The Elixir of Love, Amahl and the Night VisitorsThe Old Maid and the Thief, and the title role in the Chicago premiere of Traveling with Gulliver by MacArthur Fellow John Eaton. He has also been featured in four critically acclaimed Haymarket Opera Company productions. He appeared as guest soloist in Brahms’s Ein Deutches Requiem with Indiana’s St. Joseph Valley Camerata, and as baritone soloist in a concert of Larry Nickel’s Requiem for Peace with the Goshen College combined choirs and orchestra. Eric has twice appeared singing cantatas in Chicago’s Latino Music Festival and has also appeared with Third Coast Baroque, led by Rubén Dubrovsky. Eric is a member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus, the Grant Park Chorus, and Bella Voce, and he is on the teaching staff for Mariachi Herencia de México. 

Thank you to the following for their financial support

CityArts
DCASE
Elizabeth F. Cheny Foundation
Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
Global Voices
Illinois Arts Council Agency
Logan Center for the Arts
Paul M Angel Family Foundation
Supported by The MacArthur Funds for Arts & Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
The Saints
The University of Chicago Department of Music
UChicago Arts

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Chicago, IL 60660-0212

The Newberry Consort

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