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Louise Beaudoin
From the age of seven, Louise has been focused on music. Since then, she has been taking piano lessons. Her taste became more defined during her teens and she started her university studies in music at the University of Ottawa in 1974. Fascinated by old music, she pursued studies in bass viol at Laval University. In addition, she completed at the same time another bachelor’s degree in visual arts.

Later, she created several arrangements for popular songs and created several compositions. She provided the musical direction for several performers and accompanied them on stage for events such as the Festival franco-ontarien, the Nuit sur l’étang, etc...

She composed a number of theater sound tracks for various theater companies. She wrote for plays such as Fourire sous le grand chapiteau, Petite histoire de poux, Le Nez (which toured in France, Quebec and Ontario), Soirée bénéfique pour ceux qui ne seront pas là en l’an 2000, L’Insomnie, À la gauche de Dieu, La machine à beauté, Pinocchio (also toured in France), etc...

She was also producer and coordinator for several projects such as Ontario Pop, Tout nouveau tout show, etc...

In addition, she worked on several album projects with performers such as Robert Paquette, DAK, Chuck Labelle, etc...
She worked on an album instrumental project to come out at the end of August 1996 for distribution in Canada and the U.S.

Louise knows how to make us see to what extent music can be essential in our lives. She takes us into a universe of thrills and feelings where the imagination blossoms and takes shape. Her huge talent and great sensitivity can touch the souls of the most skeptical. Louise is an artist to be heard and she is a pleasure to work with.

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