He’s old-fashioned, Y’all.
He gives solid advice for young composers.
He is really into clusters.
He has a power chord progression, and it’s a GOOD one.
He’s not afraid to throw huge pieces of a composition away when they just don’t “work.”
He will gladly join your 80’s techno-pop band.
He has named our musical era: The Golden Age of Composition.
He has EUREKA moments when playing accidental chords.
He has a sick list of collaboration requests. Oh, the possibilities!
He has NO PROBLEM with parallel fifths.
He has both fans and critics of his work.
He’s always up for a game of trashketball with middle schoolers.
Sound off: What questions would you like to ask Eric Whitacre?