Principal Timpanist New Bedford Symphony, Heads the Percussion Studio at the University of Mass. Boston
Eric Huber heads the percussion studio at the University of Massachusetts Boston and has performed with such ensembles as the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Boston Ballet, National Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Richmond Symphony, Rhode Island Philharmonic, and Honolulu Symphony. Eric serves as Principal Timpanist of the New Bedford Symphony. His summer engagements have included fellowships at the Spoleto Festival USA, National Repertory Orchestra, AIMS, Aspen Music Festival and National Orchestral Institute.
Eric has collaborated with eminent conductors such as Esa-Pekka Salonen, Charles Dutoit, Christoph Eschenbach, and Leonard Slatkin in addition to distinguished composers including John Corigliano, Gunther Schuller, Jennifer Higdon, and Oliver Knussen. Eric received a bachelor’s degree from Temple University, a master’s degree from Boston University, and pursued post-graduate study at the New England Conservatory. Eric studied with Will Hudgins, Tim Genis, Angela Zator Nelson, Don Liuzzi, Alan Abel, and Anthony Orlando.