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Benjamin Sigerson (b. 2001) is a composer and jazz pianist from Vancouver, B.C. currently pursuing his undergraduate degree in composition at McGill University. He has studied with composers Brian Cherney, Rodney Sharman, Katerina Gimon, Christine Jensen, Andre White, and Sharon Minemoto. Sigerson has won awards for his playing, receiving the Fraser MacPherson Jazz Scholarship and recognitions from various Vancouver jazz organizations. He has shared the stage with Kevin Dean, Ira Coleman, Campbell Ryga, Caity Gyorgy, and many more. Sigerson has won awards for his compositions, including 3rd prize in the choral category in the 2021 edition of the SOCAN Awards, the Vancouver Chamber Choir's young composer competition (twice), and the Barbara Pentland Award. His pieces have been performed by the Hard Rubber Orchestra and in recording studios and jazz clubs around Vancouver and Montreal.

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