Eric Moe has been playing trumpet professionally for 20 years. Eric’s journey includes being a member of both the Colorado Symphony and the Denver Brass, sharing the stage with the likes of Natalie Cole, Renee Flemming, and the Supremes. Whether in churches or Latin Night clubs, in pit orchestras or mountaintop weddings, Eric has found playing trumpet to be a great way to experience life and connect with people.
After growing up in Spokane and graduating from Whitworth with a music degree, Eric went on to earn a masters in Trumpet Performance from Arizona State University. In 2009, he was selected to play in the first international YouTube Symphony. This orchestra drew together musicians from 30 countries for a week of rehearsals in New York City culminating in a concert at Carnegie Hall.
Eric is now a member of the Spokane Symphony, and founding member or the Spokane Brass Quintet. He loves to run and bakes a mean loaf of bread.
ABOUT eRIC mOE:
With the Spokane Symphony since: 2012
Schools attended: BA Whitworth University, MA Arizona State University
Favorite works featuring my instrument: Mahler 5, Fanfare for the Common Man
Hobbies: Running, baking bread, biscuits and cinnamon rolls
Favorite bands or performers: Nickel Creek, Chris Thile, Roy Hargrove
Favorite things to do in Spokane: Go to Riverfront Park stand on the suspension bridge and get sprayed.