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Beavan Flanagan

Beavan Flanagan

Beavan Flanagan


Beavan Flanagan (b.1987) is a composer and jazz pianist from Montreal, Canada. He is currently working towards a master’s degree in composition at McGill University, under the tutelage of John Rea. He has studied composition with Jean Lesage, Chris Paul Harman and Sean Ferguson, as well as having participated in master classes and lectures with Philippe Leroux, Martin Matalon and Laurie Radford. His music has been performed in Canada, Norway (Oslo Read more on Last.fm
Beavan Flanagan (b.1987) is a composer and jazz pianist from Montreal, Canada. He is currently working towards a master’s degree in composition at McGill University, under the tutelage of John Rea. He has studied composition with Jean Lesage, Chris Paul Harman and Sean Ferguson, as well as having participated in master classes and lectures with Philippe Leroux, Martin Matalon and Laurie Radford. His music has been performed in Canada, Norway (Oslo, part of the Norwegian-­‐Canadian New Music Conference) and London, England (Northern Breeze Mini-­‐Festival), by ensembles and performers such as the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne and Canadian violinist Mira Benjamin.

Upcoming projects include a 2011-­‐2012 residency with Montréal’s Portmantô ensemble, as well a CIRMMT (Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology) research project involving the creation of new works for novel digital musical controllers. Beavan is the winner of two SOCAN Foundation awards, including the 2011 John Weinzweig Grand Prize for his string trio L’Essence perd son sens. As a jazz pianist, he is a regular performer at venues around Montréal and Toronto including the Upstairs jazz bar and the Rex, Toronto’s premier jazz venue. His quintet, Atomic 5, released their debut album in March 2011 on the Effendi label. Read more on Last.fm.

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