Eric Quezada Born on November 3, 1995 is an American Composer and Pianist of Mexican parentage. He currently studies at the El Paso Conservatory of Music in El Paso, Texas, his professors include the world renowned concert pianist Dr. Esequiel Meza, Choir Director and Conductor Prentice Loftin who is also the director of the El Paso Conservatory of Music, Music Theory Professor Andres Moran the conductor of the El Paso Youth Orchestra and one of the conductors of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, and his Composition Professor Ronald Gillis. He has written an astonishing amount of music in just a short period time as of to date he has written over sixty works and has published twelve works; some of these works are his three symphonies, sonatas for the piano, the violin, and, the cello. Including various orchestral and secular music, the Grand Fantasia for Orchestra, three Symphonic Poems, a Rhapsody for Orchestra, two Masses and a Requiem, as well as many works for piano and smaller ensembles, such as preludes, intermezzi, etudes, string quartets and piano trios, and transcriptions. In 2010 he was commissioned to write a Hodie for Chamber Choir and Brass Quintet by Prentice Loftin, a set Spanish pieces for the piano by Dr. Esequiel Meza, and a suite for classical orchestra by a small community orchestra. In 2011 His music received three world premieres; two in Vietnam and one Tokyo. And also that year he has been arranging and music for the El Paso Conservatory of Music’s teachers, students, and choir.