Eric Honour

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Classical - Contemporary | Lee's Summit, Missouri, United States
Total Song Plays: 32   
Member Since: 2003
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Eric C. Honour Jr. (b. 1970) is recognized as both a composer and saxophonist. An associate professor of music at University of Central Missouri, he earned his doctorate in music composition at Northwestern University. His composition teachers have included Jay Alan Yim, M. William Karlins, Stephen Syverud, John Anthony Lennon, and Budd Udell. He has studied saxophone with Frederick Hemke, Jonathan Helton, and Kandace Brooks. Honour has won competitions for both composition and saxophone performance. He was named a finalist in the 1997 and 1999 ASCAP Morton Gould Awards to Young Composers competitions for his pieces "Elegy for Richard Halley" and "Instant Vacation." His piece "Early Reflection" won the Region V (West) division of the 1999 Society of Composers, Inc. Young Composers Contest. He has performed, lectured and competed at regional and national conferences of the North American Saxophone Alliance and his music has been performed internationally.