Eustache’s resume runs deep, according to his profile at Hans Zimmer Live. He’s a world-class woodwind master who not only plays instruments, but creates, collects, and teaches them too. His career spans nearly four decades, having gotten his start studying under his brother, Michel Eustache, and a smattering of other musicians in his home country of Venezuela.
It’s said Eustache has over 600 instruments in his collection, a true testament to his love for music. His passion translated into an impressive career, from performative acts at state-sponsored dinners to scoring blockbuster films like “Pirates of the Caribbean” (for which he won an award as a soloist, according to Soundtrack Collector) and “The Passion of the Christ.” He has also worked with Hans Zimmer, Paul McCartney, and went on to play in a “Game of Thrones” live music tour in 2017.
According to Moby Games, Eustache also had a hand in music for a few video games, including “StarCraft II,” “Diablo III,” and “Angry Birds,” which might explain his infectious passion and energy on display at The Game Awards. Surely, the next studio looking for an epic soundtrack to drive their epic narrative might want to consider cutting him a fat check.
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