Pastor Daniel

Minister of Music

Daniel Bondaczuk was born and raised in an Adventist home in São Paulo, Brazil. Now an accomplished composer, arranger, pianist and producer, Daniel can trace his first contact with music to his home church as a child. There he grew up participating in various choirs as singer and accompanist, playing for Sabbath services, and even adventuring in other instruments such as the trombone and the contrabass.  Since then he has led an eclectic career, navigating between diverse musical spheres. His work earned him awards in Portugal and in his home country, but nothing inspires him more than doing music for the glory of God in the church.
 
In 2014, Daniel moved to Nashville with his wife Marjore, and daughter Yeva to pursue a Master’s degree in Composition at Middle Tennessee State University. It was here that they became members at Madison Campus Church. They found in Madison Campus a family-friendly place where Daniel could continue using his gifts for the Lord. Later the couple had two more children, Sarah, and Gregory.
 
Daniel fosters a two-pronged approach to worship and the development of the gift of music in the church. First, he likes to nurture talents and encourage people to offer their gifts as a sacrifice of excellence to the Lord. Second, he likes to see music as a tool to build community and inspire people to experience God at a deeper level. He teaches piano and voice, and has collaborated with independent artists and songwriters, as well as record labels and publishers in the Christian scene. Daniel’s arrangements and orchestrations have been published by Brentwood Benson and Lifeway.
 
Daniel is responsible for developing, coordinating, and supervising music programs at Madison Campus. He recruits, trains, and rehearses members of the various musical groups at MCC and oversees all music activities each Sabbath and on special events.