Who is Adam?

Adam Daudrich is a Montreal-based creative professional who works as a music composer for film, games and media. His clients include Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, The Al Karama Foundation, Makila, ranging from documentary, sci-fi, drama, animation, and games. Adam is conversant in both digital audio and live session writing and arranging.

A pianist since childhood, soaked in the sounds of classical piano and concert band, rock, progressive rock, ambient music, and funk, he then studied jazz at McGill University and went on to a career as a jazz pianist, having opened for Herbie Hancock, Trombone Shorty, Allen Toussaint, as well as playing keyboards for Soul Legend Dorothy Moore, and American Idol Jacob Lusk. Adam brings a wealth of experience in to creators ranging from interactive documentary, television, independent film, animation, and games.



October 5Looking forward to composing for "I think You've Been Looking for Me," a feature length documentary by Kacim Steets and Bunbury films.

10 July

Excited to have recorded piano for composer Nicholas Schnier on the television series "Rebels"

February 22 Happy to announce that I will be working on a the music for Randall Munroe’s “Thing Explainer,” in collaboration with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.

September 29Silvia dans les Vagues was selected for the Independent Film Festival of Bordeaux. Listen to the original score here

February 25 Two films I wrote music for are at the Rendez-Vous du Cinema Québecois. DAYS of EVA, a Sci-Fi piece by Vincent Réné-Lortie, and SAINT-F*CK, a drama by Axel Laramée.

January 1 I’m excited to be developing the music for Poggles Math Expressions Games, by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.


November 30 HECTARIUM has been chosen for the International Documentary Festival Market in Amsterdam.

April 16 Director Duncan McDowall asked me to score a short documentary about Montreal piano craftsman Louis Lovsin. It is produced for CBC Exhibitionists by Stephanie Matteis.

January 15 Happy New Year! I arranged “Cruz de Luz” for EL RASTRO de CAMILO  airing on Senal Columbia in February. The film  updates the story of Camilo Torres, a key figure in Columbian history.

June 1 I am working with Axel Laramée on SAINT-F*CK. The score is inspired by the Quebec lake country and a song by Strand of Oaks

25 Février I am thrilled to be selected to participate in the Rencontres du Cinéma Quebecois this year.


December 10 Last week I received Canadian Screen Composer's Guild mentorship from Nicholas Schnier. What an amazing composer and collaobrator. Thanks to the SCGC!

August 30 Finalized some great recordings with Emma Frank (vocals). A collaboration with Laura Kosterski.