Chris Harman (composer)

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Chris Paul Harman
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
OccupationCanadian composer of contemporary classical music

Chris Paul Harman (born 19 November 1970) is a Canadian composer of contemporary classical music.

He grew up in Toronto, attending Maurice Cody Public School, then North Toronto Collegiate Institute. He is currently a Professor of music composition at McGill University.


  • Finalist, CBC Radio National Competition for Young Composers (1986 - the youngest finalist ever)
  • Winner for "Iridescence", CBC Radio National Competition for Young Composers (1990 - youngest composer ever awarded the Grand Prize)
  • First prize in the under-30 category for Iridescence, International Rostrum of Composers in Paris, France (1991 - first Canadian)

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