Composer/keyboardist Mychael Danna was created in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and showed music skill early in lifestyle. Performing and piano lessons described his youth and early adolescence, but a hands injury at age group 14 finished his piano profession. Danna switched to synthesizer rather and focused on his composing abilities. After earning a qualification in composition in the School of Toronto and earning the esteemed Glenn Gould Structure Award his last calendar year there, Danna started his film credit scoring career, which include over 15 features and documentaries. Danna also offered for a while as composer-in-residence for the McLaughlin Planetarium in Toronto. His fusion of different varieties of music and willing arrangement abilities make Danna a flexible and popular musician, whether scoring movies, focusing on his very own modern compositions (Skys, Sirens), collaborating along with his composer sibling Jeff Danna (A Celtic Story), or dealing with Tim Clement on digital environmental parts (Summerland, North of Niagra).