Portrait of Chloe-Anne Touma, composer

A young self-taught musician, composer and arranger, Chloe-Anne Touma releases her first album 21st Century Knight in 2016 with Intermède Music.

At only 22, Chloe-Anne already has a full artistic career. She begins her career as a child performer on a Christmas album and performs with many artists, including Celine Dion.

In high school she decides to become a composer and is interested in film and television music, inspired by her favorite composers: Cyril de Turckheim, Patrick Doyle, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Mack David, Al Hoffman and Jerry Livingston.

Completely self-taught in this area, Chloe-Anne’s style leans towards electronic and pop-synthetic. She builds her portfolio with music she composes for underground artists, web-series and independent films.

After winning several participatory production contests or “crowd sourcing” in various musical genres – electronic, western, Hawaiian, reggae, funk, and music for children – Chloe-Anne gets a first licensing agreement on a production music online distribution network.

Intermède finds her in 2016 and produces her first album, 21st Century Knight, a work that can be described as epic and orchestral-hybrid.

Photo : Tiah Coxon

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