Pedro Eustache, Flutist and Composer
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Bio: Venezuelan-born Pedro Eustache is an openly creative solo flautist-“World-Music” woodwinds-reeds-synthesist-composer, with a unique, richly eclectic, multi-directional personal voice. His musical language is the direct result of years of both solid studies and professional experience in the classical-European, Jazz, World-Music, Popular, and Computer/Electronic music art forms. He graduated from two European conservatories in classical music, has a M.F.A. in Jazz in the USA, & has studied world music disciplines with some of the greatest masters, including India’s living legend Pandit. Ravi Shankar & matchless bansuri master Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, as well as Armenian duduk with maestro Djivan Gasparian, and to name but a few. Mr. Eustache’s professional activities go from solo western classical recitals, to more than seven years of symphonic experience, to jazz concerts, pop, world music [traditional & cross-over], in tours, live performances, recordings & lecturing.
He is the main world-winds instrumentalist in John Debney’s soundtrack for Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” movie [nominated for best film-music for the 2005 Oscars]. He was a featured soloist in the ’05 Grammy-award winner “Concert For George”, playing for the first time ever the Armenian duduk in a traditional Indian classical music setting, as a member of India’s living legend, & his teacher, Pandit. Ravi Shankar (Pedro is his only latin-american disciple). For more than 10 years he has been the featured winds soloist with new-age super-star Yanni, and has performed, recorded, &/or toured with many others, like latin-rock super star Shakira, virtuoso composer/flautist James Newton Jr., rock star Don Henley, Persian diva Googoosh, & Latin extraordinary Alex Acuña, among many others.
Pedro is the main world winds soloist in the L.A. recording industry, featured in numerous movie soundtracks, including Steven Spielberg’s film ‘Munich’ & 'Indiana Jones 4', with film music composer legend, John Williams; Peter Jackson’s 'King Kong' with James Newton Howard (also in ‘The Interpreter’, ‘The Village’, ‘Hidalgo’); as well as in Warner Bros. 'Syriana' with Alexandre Desplat (& Djivan Gasparian!), as well as in the first Hollywood-Bollywood co-production 'Marigold', with Graeme Revell. Other film, TV & Video Games soundtrack recordings include: maestro Michel Colombier (‘Largo Winch’), Danny Elfman (‘The Hulk’), Tim Truman (‘Jeremiah’), Russell Brower (Blizzard Entertainment’s ‘World of Warcraft®’), and most recently he is the featured world winds soloist in "Pirates of the Caribbean 3” with Hans Zimmer, among many others.
He is featured in two songs—including a duet—with the ex-Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney, in his latest, fall ‘05, “Chaos & Creation in the Backyard” & “Growing Up, Falling Down” single CDs. With a collection of around 600 instruments from all over the world--many of which uniquely custom designed & built by himself--he holds a unique position in the international performing & recordings studio scenes, being first in demand for many solo artists, & producers, film & TV sound-track composers.
To find out more about Pedro Eustache, visit his website: http://www.pedroflute.com