Events 2012

Jan. 20, 2012: Vancouver, BC
Composition Recital
(This event has been postponed due to scheduling conflicts. Please check back for the future date).
Co-sponsored by the Canadian Music Centre (CMC), the Canadian League of Composers (CLC), the Canadian Music Centre will be hosting a composition recital including works by Iman Habibi, Kathleen Allan, and Daniel Brandes.
Location: Canadian Music Centre, BC Region office
Time: TBA

Jan. 27, 2012: London, England
LSO (London Symphony Orchestra) st Luke’s
Soprano Jane Long will be performing my composition Lily and Monarch from the song cycle Silent Awakening.
Time: 12pm
Location: LSO st Luke’s – London
161 Old Street, City of London, EC1V 9NG, United Kingdom
Phone: 020 7588 1116

Feb. 12, 2012: New York, NY
Vox Novus Concert Series
Pianist Shiau-uen Ding will perform “Black & White” for solo piano
Time: 1pm
Location: Jan Hus Church, 351 East 74th Street, New York

Feb. 12, 2012: Vancouver, BC
Hiroshima Exhibit
Co-sponsored by the Canadian Music Centre (CMC), the Canadian League of Composers (CLC), and the Museum of Anthropology, The BC Girls’ Choir premieres a new composition by Iman, as part of the Hiroshima exhibit taking place at the Museum of Anthropology. This concert is happening as part of the 6-month composer residency co-sponsored by CMC, and CLC.
Location: the Museum of Anthropology
Time: Saturday, Feb. 12th, 3pm

Feb. 25, 2012: Kitchener, ON
Creating Home
DaCapo Chamber Choir performs Colour of Freedom
Time: Saturday, Feb. 25th, 8pm
Location: St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church
Order your tickets online

Feb. 26, 2012: Kitchener, ON
Creating Home
DaCapo Chamber Choir performs Colour of Freedom
Time: Sunday, Feb. 26th, 3pm
Location: St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church
Order your tickets online

April 29, 2012: Richmond, BC
Vancouver Peace Choir performs Colour of Freedom
Location: Peace Mennonite Church, Richmond

May. 5, 2012: Vancouver, BC
Vancouver Peace Choir performs Colour of Freedom
Location: St. Mark’s Anglican Church – 1805 Larch st., Vancouver
For tickets, visit Vancouver Peace Choir

May, 19 2012: Coquitlam, BC
Across the Continents
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Leonore Peyton Salon, Place des Arts, 1120 Brunette Ave., Coquitlam, BC
Piano Pinnacle performs at the Place des arts in Coquitlam, BC.
East meets west in a piano duo concert presented by Piano Pinnacle, featuring composers
from Japan, to Russia, and back to Canada. Purchase your tickets here, or at PianoPinnacle.com
Click here for the press release
Click here for the poster

June 23-26 2012: Paris, France
Piano Pinnacle performs at the Torneo Internazionale di Musica, as the only Canadian ensemble selected to participate in the second round of the competition.
more info TBA

June. 24, 2012: Vancouver, BC
Redshift Music Society presents a concert at the Vancouver Art Gallery
Vancouver-based ensemble, Ethos Collective, will be premiering a new work by Iman Habibi for violin, flute, cello, piano, and two percussionists.
more info TBA.

September 7, 2012: Seattle, WA
Piano Pinnacle will be doing a concert at the Steinway Hall.
Time: 7pm
Location: Sherman Clay Pianos, 2nd Floor, 1624 4th Avenue Seattle, WA

September 8, 2012: Vancouver, BC
Piano Pinnacle will be doing a concert at Tom Lee Music Hall.
Time: 8pm
Location: Tom Lee Music Hall, 3rd Floor, 929 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC

September 13, 2012: New Westminster, BC
Piano Pinnacle will be doing a concert at Douglas College.
Time: 1:00pm
Location: Douglas College, New Westminster, BC

September 22, 2012: Toronto, ON
Piano Pinnacle performs new and old works in Toronto, including music by Canadian composers.
Location: Gallery 345
Time: Saturday Sep. 22, 2012, 8pm

November 16 & 17, 2012: Vancouver, BC
Piano Pinnacle performs at the Northwest International Piano Ensemble Competition. This includes a performance of Iman Habibi’s Composition, Towering for two pianos
Location: TBA
Time: Check nwpes.ca for more information

Dec. 15, 2012
Piano Pinnacle Piano Pinnacle performs at Ganz Hall at the Roosevelt University in Chicago. Chicago as the only Canadian ensemble chosen to participate in the Dranoff Foundation International Piano Duo Competition. The recital is open to public and free to attend.
Location: Ganz Hall, Chicago
Time: 2pm