Eric Law, composer with Grand Mesa Strings.

Eric Law

Eric Law is a multi-genre cellist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist known for his innovative approach to string education. A native of Grand Junction, Colorado, Eric grew up in a family of musicians. With extensive training in the technical and athletic aspects of classical music, he began branching out into multiple new styles of music and performance in his teens. His inventive approach to alternative string techniques earned him first prize at the 2013 Asta Eclectic String Festival.

Recognized as one of Colorado’s top young cellists, Eric moved to Boston in 2009 to continue his studies at the Berklee College of Music. After earning his degree in Performance with a focus in American Roots Music, Eric returned to the Grand Valley to utilize his education and experience as a multi-instrumentalist to teach, compose, and record.

Eric has performed extensively with Darol Anger’s Republic of Strings and the Boston Ballet, and he has headlined at a vast assortment of venues. As a studio musician Eric has recorded on over 50 albums across genres. His work with Adrianna Ciccone on her 2015 Release “The Back of Winter” led to a Canadian Folk Music Award. He has studied with an array of Alternative String specialists including cello powerhouses Eugene Friesen and Mike Block, and fiddling legends Matt Glaser, Bruce Molsky, and Darol Anger.

Currently, Eric plays in the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra and remains a highly sought-after instructor and performer nation-wide. His publications and productions are gaining national acclaim, and he is committed to utilizing his unique skill sets to create and educate in music internationally.