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Tim Clément is a visionary composer who believes deeply in the transformative power of music on our physical, emotional, and spiritual well- being. With Indigenous ancestral roots from Northern Quebec, his compositions reflect a profound connection to the land and the skies.

Early experiments with minimalist techniques and field recordings led to the release of several albums, including collaborations with lifelong music partner Mychael Danna, recorded at Tim's wilderness log cabin studio.

His solo works, namely Waterstation (1989) and Wolfsong NIght (1992), showcase his distinctive style.

Clément's artistic journey extends beyond music albums. His extensive body of work encompasses an array of creative ventures, including scoring for film, television, feature documentaries, dance, theatre, and sound installations.

Drawing inspiration from a wide spectrum of global aboriginal and sacred music cultures, his compositions transcend borders and touch the essence of the human experience.

During his five-year tenure as composer in residence at Toronto's McLaughlin Planetarium, Clément expanded his artistic horizons by delving into the realm of spatial music and crafting immersive 360° surround-sound environments.

While Tim’s primary career path has revolved around composing music, years of involvement in multimedia projects have refined his skills in roles such as self-producing director, cinematographer, and editor, with a portfolio encompassing numerous short films and videos.

With ongoing creativity and passion, Tim Clément remains a trailblazing force in contemporary art and music.


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