Landry is a classically trained composer and a bass/double-bass player. He lives in an awesome place, in Andorra, in the heart of the Pyrenean Mountains and near to 2000 metres asl. His place is surrounded by pine forests and flowered fields during summer and by a quiet and white snowy coat in winter… As a wildlife trained veterinarian and also a mountain guide, Landry has always been in contact with nature and mountains, its mains sources of inspiration.


After several years as bass player in jazz, pop-rock and funk bands, Landry decided in 2014 to start a very personal project in the genre of “classically influenced contemporary music”, mixing field recordings, classical strings, bass lines and some electronica…


His first album, called “They were trapped in the dream of a dog…” was recorded at Landry’s studio in Andorra, mixed and mastered at Sundlaugin Studio (home of the icelandic band Sigur Ros) and self-released in 2014. Nine new pieces were recorded in 2015 giving birth to a second album, called “Tales from behind the mirror”, produced and mixed by Federico Albanese and mastered at Störung Studio by Alex Gàmez. In December 2017 Landry's third album, "Moutain Songs", a 5 tracks live and itinerant project, was recorded by Pere Revert in several historical locations in Andorra, and mixed and mastered at Störung Studio by Alex Gàmez.


A mountain humanist:


The key to everything Landry does comes from work and perseverance, a deep curiosity for his environment, and is seasoned with a great dose of sensitivity and respect for the others. In each of his projects he claims Andorra as a mountain territory, unique and singular and tries to involve local professionals whenever it’s possible.


Side projects:


Landry collaborates with the Andorran violoncellist Jordi Claret with whom he released an album in 2018, called Eclektic.

He also composes original soundtracks for films and documentaries.

The musicians:

Landry usually shares the stage with musicians from the Andorran National Classical Orquestra (ONCA) and other collaboratives.