• Eric Anderson
    Eric Anderson
    Bassoon Instructor

    B.M., University of Cincinnati
    Email: eanderson@leeuniversity.edu

    Eric Anderson has been the Principal Bassoonist of the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra and Bassoonist of the Chattanooga Symphony Wind Quintet since 1996. He attended the University of Cincinnati - College Conservatory of Music, where he received a Bachelor of Music degree, and at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University for Post Graduate work, where he studied with Benjamin Kamins. He has performed with the Florida Orchestra, the Virginia Symphony, the Bergen (Norway) Philharmonic Orchestra and the New Hampshire Music Festival. In addition to playing Principal Bassoon with the CSO, Anderson plays Third/Contrabassoon with the Alabama Symphony. Anderson is a faculty member at Lee University, where he teaches applied bassoon and coaches bassoon students in the Lee University Symphony Orchestra.

Music Events Calendar

2/24
Opera Production: Suor Angelica & What Men Live By
Begins at 3:00 PM | Read more

Dixon Center
Opera Production: Suor Angelica & What Men Live By
This year Lee Opera Theater will be presenting two one-act operas – Giacomo Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Bohuslav Martinu’s What Men Live By. James Daniel Frost, co-director James Frost II. co-director...
2/25
Jr. Recital: Danielle Lipe, voice & Kristi Edwards, violin
Begins at 6:00 PM

Squires Recital Hall
Jr. Recital: Danielle Lipe, voice & Kristi Edwards, violin
2/25
Sr. Recital Qingye Li, violin
Begins at 8:00 PM

Squires Recital Hall
Sr. Recital Qingye Li, violin
2/26
Faculty Recital: Cahill Smith, piano & Heather Smith, cello
Begins at 7:30 PM

Squires Recital Hall
Faculty Recital: Cahill Smith, piano & Heather Smith, cello
Come join us for an evening of enchanting Russian music with Lee University Piano Faculty Cahill Smith and cellist Heather Smith. Works by Rachmaninoff, Medtner, and Myaskovsky. Pre-concert talk with...
2/27
Symphonic Band Concert
Begins at 7:30 PM | Read more

Conn Center
Symphonic Band Concert
Mark Bailey, conductor

This event is open to the public, free, and tickets are not required.

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