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Daniel Constantineau composes since the age of 16. His first works were created at the Camp musical de Lanaudière and is his gateway to the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, which he attended from 1975 to 1985.

In 1987, he tackles the composition of stage music – television, radio, theater, cinema – from which emerges a catalog of works that stands out for its diversity and originality. Its film and documentary musics can be viewed on YouTube while its jingles, TV shows and other stage musics are embedded on SoundCloud. The details of these productions are available on LinkedIn.

Daniel Constantineau masters several languages and musical styles and has excellent mixing capabilities, which serve him as well in studio recording context as when he wears his conductor costume. In addition, his qualities of arranger and orchestrator are celebrated on the album Chœurs en fête II, about which the producer Paul Pagé (Audiogram) opines that they are worthy of an « ace! » In fact, and just like those of Station Nord (look at them on YouTube), MIDI instrumental tracks added to those of choir and piano live sound like real!

Choeurs en fête

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