Eric Chapelle is a composer and producer based in Austin, Texas.

With influences ranging from experimental music to 20th century classical compositions, Chapelle’s music is lyrical, impressionistic, and at times minimalistic all rolled into one.

In the 90’s Chapelle did the soundtracks for 14 episodes for the Texas Park and Wildlife Department television series, Made in Texas, broadcast on KLRU/PBS. Subsequently, then did the soundtrack for the documentary film Texas the State of Water – Finding a Balance, also produced by the Texas Parks and Wildlife, and narrated by the late Walter Cronkite, and broadcast on PBS in 2005. The water theme became a tune called Water Theme being Track 8 on his album Across the Water released in 2010.

Chapelle was one of the ten composers on the Navona Records album Piano Spectrums, a solo piano compilation album of solo piano compositions performed by Anna Kislitsyna released on April 8, 2022.

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  1. karen says:

    Just found you online and have downloaded Across the Water. Looking forward to getting acquainted with your music!

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