Steve Normandin


Trad. du Québec


Steve Normandin  


For twenty-five years, Steve Normandin has been singing on stages big and small around the world with his accordion as his companion. In addition to his work as a songwriter and performer, he has lent his accompanying talents to prominent figures in Quebecois music and theater, including Clémence Des Rochers, Marie Michèle Desrosiers, Raymond Lévesque, and Robert Lepage.

Together with Hungarian collector László Pusztai, the singer-musician published a book titled “Édith Piaf: The Unknown Icon. Catalog of Works 1935-2023” in June 2023. This book was released on the 60th anniversary of the famous singer’s death, coinciding with the creation of a new show featuring forgotten or lesser-known songs by Édith Piaf.

Since 2021, Steve Normandin has been in charge of programming for the Carrefour Mondial de l’Accordéon (Montmagny). He has also contributed to the establishment of the new exhibition at the Musée de l’accordéon « De La Bolduc aux Cowboys fringants : l’accordéon dans la chanson québécoise » ( “From La Bolduc to Les Cowboys Fringants: The Accordion in Quebecois Song”).