Release of Multiple Videos from Performance with Ann Arbor Camerata

I am excited to share a few videos from our performance with Ann Arbor Camerata, which took place at the University of Michigan’s Britton Hall on March 19, 2017. The concert featured the premiere of Amesha Spenta for Two Pianos and Orchestra, as well as a performance of Saint-Saëns’ The Carnival of the Animals.

Below are a few of the videos. Please don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channels, if you’d like to be notified about future video uploads, and see more videos: Iman Habibi – Piano Pinnacle

I would like to thank Ann Arbor Camerata, conductors Victor Huls and Jotaro Nakano, and of course my wonderful wife and piano duo partner, Deborah Grimmett, for their incredible musicianship and their commitment to this project.

Ann Arbor Camerata 

Flute: Noniko Hsu, Nicole Lawnicki
Oboe: Julian Amberg, Nicole Joslin
Clarinet: Margaret Albrecht, Allison Chu
Bassoon: Matthew Wildman, Peter Ecklund
Horn: Kathryn Zamarron, Martin Yang
Trumpet: Kyle Mallari, Katie Stephen
Trombone: Halley Bass, Henry Pakela
Percussion: Casey Voss, Chris Weber
Violin I: Teagan Faran, Anna Berntson, Michelle Kim, Benjamin Jackson
Violin II: Emily Acri, Niklas Tamm, Amelia Taylor, Hsihting (Iris) Wu
Viola: Maxwell Tsao, Caroline Swanson, Hsuan Lee
Cello: Pedro Sanchez, Julia Lefond, Kayla Mathes
Bass: Daniel Kumapayi
Recording: Sly Pup Productions

Amesha Spenta for Two Pianos and Orchestra

Finale from Saint-Saëns’ The Carnival of the Animals