Violinist, Eric Wyrick, has been Concertmaster of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra since 1998. He has worn many leadership hats as a member of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra including Concertmaster, Artistic Director, and Musician Trustee.
In addition to annual New Jersey Symphony solo appearances, Wyrick has appeared as a soloist with the Danish Radio Orchestra, the Orchestre de Toulouse, as well as solo television appearances in the Dance in America presentation of Chausson’s Poème for American Ballet Theater on PBS, and in the BBC’s “Great Composers” series playing Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5. He has collaborated with many world-renowned artists including Neeme Jaarvi, Zdenic Macal, Michel Plasson, Gunther Schuller, and Xian Zhang.
An active chamber musician, Wyrick can be heard frequently with the NJSO Chamber Players and, as he comes from a large family of musicians, performs regularly with the Wyrick Chamber Players. Mr. Wyrick is also a Lecturer at Princeton University.