Composer Scott Wollschleger grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. His music has been highly praised for its “arresting timbres and conceptual originality.” His distinct musical language explores themes of art in dystopia, the conceptualization of silence, synesthesia, and creative repetition in form. His music has been described as “evocative” and “kaleidoscopic” by the New York Times.
Scott and I recently sat down to talk about his first album release “Soft Aberration,” which was just released on October 20th. It was very interesting to learn about how he goes about composing and the techniques he uses.
Yours in good music,
Classical Music Host, 88.9 WCVE