Anna HöstmanCA

Anna Höstman's music seeks out sensory and tactile encounters with the world while also extending into story, memory, history, and landscape. Her creative work has been performed across Canada and internationally, and received support from the BC Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, Toronto Arts Council, the European Research Council, Indigeneity in the Contemporary World, the Ontario Arts Council and SSHRCC. From 2005-8, Anna was resident composer of the Victoria Symphony Orchestra. In 2013, she received the Toronto Emerging Composer’s Award to write a quartet for period instruments based on walking the Camino de Santiago in Spain. Anna’s DMA focused on the chamber works of Toronto experimental composer, Martin Arnold. In 2014, Anna was the recipient of the K.M. Hunter Award for Classical Music.  

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Anna Höstman