Review of Piano Pinnacle’s Concert in Musetta Stone

Special thanks to Ryan Noakes for writing this marvelous review of Piano Pinnacle‘s August 27th concert. “A true tour de force performance. [it] caused the audience to erupt in applause far before the conclusion of final variation, only to explode with greater enthusiasm when the piece was actually finished.” Full Article

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Duo of Composers Deliver Double Duty – Georgia Straight Article

Source: Georgia Straight Kathleen Allan With her easy smile, quiet confidence, and gentle self-assuredness, Kathleen Allan exudes the fresh-faced optimism of a recent university graduate. But unlike most grads launching careers in the midst of global economic uncertainty, the 22-year-old composer and singer has good reason to be feeling optimistic. For starters, she’s landed a […]

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Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Center

I am honoured to announce that I have been selected as a new Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Center. I am particularly proud to find out that I am the youngest composer (at least in British Columbia, possibly in Canada) to have been given this title.

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First Prize at SOCAN Foundation Awards for Young AV Composers

Iman Habibi wins First Prize at 2011 SOCAN Foundation’s Awards for Young Audio-Visual Composers (2011). The award is granted for the score he wrote for Shade of Grey, a documentary by Miles Jay.  

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Winner of the Mayor’s Arts Awards – Emerging Artist in Music

I am honoured to have received the 2011 Mayor’s Arts Award for Emerging Artist in Music. Congratulations, and many thanks to Jeremy Berkman, who was the Honouree, and thank you Alliance for Arts and Culture. The award will be presented to Iman on Oct. 6, 2011, by mayor Gregor Robertson.

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Nordic Landscapes to be Performed in New York

My composition, Nordic Landscapes, was one of the pieces selected by Conway Kuo to be performed at his recital in New York, done in collaboration with Vox Novus. Iman’s piece was one among 55 submissions sent from 4 different continents. Similarly, his composition Shattered was selected from over 60 submissions to be performed by Kenji Haba, as […]

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