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Hanan Rahman is a freelance horn player based in New York City. She frequently performs with the New Haven Symphony, the Greenwich Symphony, the Northeast Pennsylvania Philharmonic, and many other orchestras through the northeast, including the Cape, Allentown, Ridgefield, and New Bedford Symphony Orchestras. Other recent engagements include the premiere of the opera ICELAND at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, a Carnegie Hall subscription concert featuring Audra McDonald, and the world premiere run of the musical Other World at the Delaware Theatre Company.  In past years, she has appeared with many other orchestras and chamber ensembles throughout the U.S., including the Spoleto Festival Orchestra, Champaign-Urbana Symphony, Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia da Camera, and the Regali Chamber Winds.

Passionate about contemporary music, she has held fellowships at several new music festivals including Lucerne Festival, Spoleto Festival, Grafenegg Festival, and Mostly Modern Festival. Her teachers include Frøydis Ree Wekre, Michelle Baker, Bernhard Scully, and Eric Ruske. Ms. Rahman received a Bachelor of Music in Horn Performance and B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science at Boston University, and had further studies at the Manhattan School of Music and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

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