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”Edward's music has a very intrinsically expressive quality. It immediately grabs your attention, and manages to hold your attention with an elegant and honest musical construction that satisfies both the mind and the heart.”

                                 -Saman Shahi, JUNO-nominated composer


Edward Enman is a pianist and composer whose music warmly embraces storytelling, multi-media, collaboration, and innovative performance experiences. 


As a recording artist, performer, and creator, Edward strives to create meaningful connections with listeners while breaking down stylistic barriers in the classical music world. He holds an enthusiasm for compelling programming and enjoys combining the old with the new.


Edward’s first full-length album of original music Breathe In, Breathe Out, funded by FACTOR Canada, features works for piano duo and piano/cello. This recording earned Edward nominations for Classical Album/Composer of the Year from the 2023 East Coast Music Awards and the Nova Scotia Music Awards. His newest 2023 release Insights was also nominated for a 2024 ECMA and features Edward as pianist and composer in a 12-part work for solo piano.


As a soloist and collaborative performer, he performs regularly across Canada, and his compositions have been premiered and performed around the world. He has recently held residencies and commissions with the Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto, Labo de musique contemporaine de Montréal, Westben Performer-Composer Residency, 1:2:1 Intensive, (Art) Song LabSHHH!! Ensemble, and the Ewashko Singers.


Edward was pianist and arranger on the 2023 album Je me souviens à toi with singer Rose Naggar-Tremblay and bassist Gabriel Lapointe. In 2024-2025, he will be releasing two solo albums: WE ARE HERE, and Silver Light while also being featured as a contributing composer on rap artist Quinton Barnes’ new project.


Dr. Enman holds degrees in solo piano performance from the University of Montréal (DMus), University of Ottawa (MMus), and Acadia University (BM). He is currently based with his family in Montréal, Canada, and he also runs marathons and is an avid baseball fan.

"His music leverages innovation to achieve greater artistry, intimately connecting text and music to achieve a balance of exquisite expression."

                              -Julia Davids (Artistic Director, Canadian Chamber Choir)

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