Eric Stanley is an American violinist, composer, and internet entrepreneur. He is the founder of the digital media company Onewayhope. Stanley presents improvisational violin performances found on his YouTube channel, Estan247, which was introduced in 2009.
|Born:||Apr 19, 1991, Chesapeake, Virginia, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||Virginia Commonwealth University|
|Occupation:||Violinist, Composer, Internet entrepreneur|
|Relatives:||Anhayla Stanley (sister), Marcus Stanley (brother)|
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About Eric Stanley
Accomplished violinist and producer who released the single "Walkin' Cross the Road" in 2013 and a self-titled extended play in 2015. His self-titled YouTube channel has earned over 22 million views.
At the age of twelve, he began learning the violin. During his high school years, he performed with the Richmond Youth Symphony Orchestra.
He studied business and music at Virginia Commonwealth University. In 2015, he appeared on ESPN's First Take, playing a rendition of the show's theme song on violin.
He was born and raised in Chesapeake and Richmond, Virginia. His siblings, Anhayla and Marcus, also pursued music careers.
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