Euan Tait is a choral poet/librettist of Welsh-Scottish heritage, born in Berlin. He writes, leads music and interfaith retreats, and teaches English. He considers teaching to be active listening: he learns daily from students how to enable them to express their gifts and capabilities. His writing is a song of the vital, abundant life behind what is seen, infused by reading and learning from the work of great international poets. His work has been commissioned internationally, created with composers including Kim Andre Arnesen, Janet Wheeler, Chris Hutchings, Carson Cooman, and Paul Spicer. Several major works and a host of smaller pieces, including bestsellers such as “Flight Song,” have resulted. 2018 saw the release of three of his texts on a major record label, Naxos.