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This week, I’m guest blogging for the Canadian Music Centre. It’s the second in a series of blogs where I explore compositions by my colleagues that are on social justice themes or impactful contemporary events.
The composition that caught my ear this month is Iman Habibi’s, Colour of Freedom. A beautiful choral work inspired by thousands of Iranians rising up to demand human rights.
Click here to read my post on the CMC site.