Welcome to the official website of composer Erik Morales!
• Check out my newest collaborative video: “Crystal Spheres”, starring Allen Vizzutti, José Sibaja, Vince DiMartino, Matthias Kamps, Rich Stoelzel, Terry Everson, José Chafer and Fabrizio Nasetti:
• Please subscribe to my YouTube channel to view full scores and sound demos. CLICK HERE! New score videos will be posted every week. Thanks!
• NEW RELEASE! April 1, 2020. “ANCIENT CITY” for Brass Ensemble (4 Bb or C Trumpets, 3 French Horns, 3 Trombones, 1 Bass Trombone and Tuba) (~14 minutes) commissioned by University of Music and Performing Arts, Stuttgart, Germany, Prof. Wolfgang Bauer, Prof. Christian Lampert, Prof. Henning Wiegräb, Prof. Stefan Heimann. CLICK HERE FOR PRODUCT PAGE!
• NEW RELEASE! January 17, 2020, “THROUGH SPACE AND TIME” for 4 B-flat Trumpets and 4 Flugelhorns (~5 minutes) commissioned by the students of trumpet master Hiroaki Hayasaka from Kyoto, Japan. CLICK HERE FOR PRODUCT PAGE!
• Blackbinder implementation begins! Blackbinder versions of Concerto, Concerto for Two Trumpets and Passion Dance are now included with your hard-copy purchases of those pieces. Blackbinder is the most advanced automatic-scrolling sheet music app on the planet. Download it for free at the Apple App Store today and try it out.
• Congratulations to the Greater Dallas Youth Trumpet Ensemble for winning the inaugural 2019 NTC Pre-College Trumpet Ensemble Division with a great performance of “Cityscapes”. Check it out on YouTube: https://youtu.be/oJCnZB0crpo
• Just wanted to let you all know that I’m currently working on a bunch of new pieces! I just completed a new trumpet quintet for “Takumi” trumpet ensemble from Japan entitled “Celestial Dance”. That piece will be premiered and released in May 2019. I’ve also composed a 14 minute work for Stuttgart City Brass entitled “Ancient City” which will be released in January 2020. And, as usual, FJH Publishing will be releasing a new concert band work as well. Stay tuned for more updates coming…
• The trumpet ensemble from the University of Music Würzburg (Germany) has recorded “Infinite Ascent”. Check it out on YouTube: https://youtu.be/S22ipwqYr8M