Erik Freeland has been a member of the Trinity Choir Boys for the past four years. Having attended the Friends Community School in West Chester during the earlier grades, Erik has proven himself to be an outstanding treble soloist, especially in the most recent years. He has achieved recognition not only as a soloist with the choir but also as a participant in community productions. He won the role of Lewis Leonowens in Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I, over hundreds of other applicants. He most recently played the part of Frederic in Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance at Westtown School.
Last Christmas he appeared as treble soloist for the performance of the Bach Magnificat, also at Westtown School. Erik has most recently been chosen from thousands of boys across the nation as a representative to the Americas Boychoir, an organization that travels and concertizes abroad each summer.
Erik is presently furthering his musical education with piano study. In spite of the many honors that have come his way, he remains a very natural unassuming twelve-year-old with a wonderful personality, and a truly professional approach to his work, making him a delightful boy with whom to work.