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446: Eric Snoza on starting your own project

446: Eric Snoza on starting your own project

We’re chatting with Eric Snoza of Fifth House Ensemble on today’s episode.  Eric has built a remarkable career for himself as a chamber musician, educator, and entrepreneur, and we dig into the hows and whys of his journey. About Eric Snoza: Eric Snoza has been a double bass performer before he could even properly reach the fingerboard. He received his Bachelors and continuing Masters degrees from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. At Eastman, Eric studied solo performance with one of the world’s leading double bass performers, James VanDemark. He has performed with many leading new music ensembles including OSSIA, Musica Nova, and Ensemble X. Eric’s solo accomplishments include the Rochester debut of the Eduard Tubin Double Bass Concerto and his own world premier transcription of the Elgar Cello Concerto for Double Bass led by Rochester Philharmonic Pops Conductor, Jeff Tyzik. Also a fourth degree black belt, Eric is a visiting instructor with the American School of Karate