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The conducting activities of Daniel Constantineau cover a broad spectrum of styles and genres, ranging from period music, going through classical, romantic and contemporary styles, without forgetting pop and stage music.

This diversity echoes the multiple choirs and instrumental ensembles he has directed over the years, whether professionals, amateurs and students.

Familiar with the conducting of instrumentalists, singers and actors, both on stage and in studio, Daniel Constantineau recorded with ATMA Classique and FM Radio-Canada.


He acquired his training with with several maestros, including Charles Dutoit, Serge Garant, Gustav Meier, Pierre Dervaux and Philippe Herreweghe, and was an intern at the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, the Société de musique contemporaine du Québec, the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute, the Jeune Orchestre Atlantique, as well at Artsperience Conducting Symposium, Domaine Forget and at Tanglewood - as a fellow of the Ministère des affaires culturelles du Québec.

Entrepreneur by choice but also necessity, Daniel Constantineau has successively founded over 20 years the OPGM, the Choir of the Collège de Valleyfield and the OSVHSL, of which he is the current general and artistic director.

His interpretations are imbued of sensitivity and authenticity, often vivid, sometimes intense, never banal.

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