Marc Chantereau has won the Musique Publicitaire prize. He has also composed and directed over 500 advert jingles, co-founded the pop group Voyage, and worked on numerous recordings and tours, in particular, with Jean-Jacques Goldman and les Enfoirés.
Marc Chantereau was born in 1947. His love of music began at the age of 4.
At 15 Marc Chantereau started the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, and three years later he left with first prize in percussion and an award for music theory. He was involved as songwriter and producer for the disco group Voyage, who reached N°1 in 1978 and 1979 on Billboard's Disco Action Chart.
A decade later he was awarded the Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers of Music prize for music in advertising.
Between 1964 and today, as well as working on film scores with renowned musicians (Jean Michel Bernard, Vladimir Cosma, Bruno Coulais, Raymond Lefèbvre, Michel Legrand, Francis Lay, Enio Morricone, Jean Claude Petit, Philippe Sarde, Lalo Shiffrin), he has shared stage and studio with the best in the business (Jean Jacques Goldman, Charles Aznavour, Stevie Wonder, Paul Young, Duran Duran, Ray Charles, Jerry Lewis, Samy Davis Jr., Jacques Brel, Léo Ferret, Michel Berger, Johnny Hallyday, etc.).