“Goose Bump Music: Finding, Sounding, Liberating” by Hussein Janmohamed

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Music found its way to me at a young age. When I played music I was in my ‘happy place’. I learned to play the recorder in grade one and then saxophone and clarinet in elementary and junior school. I sang ginans (Ismaili devotional hymns) and cultural songs at the jamatkhana (prayer hall), and actively partook (with my family) in the Ismaili Marching Band.

“Goose Bump Music: Finding, Sounding, Liberating” by Hussein Janmohamed

It was not until High school, however, when choir found its way into my life. Since then, choral music has been central to connecting to my faith, building friendships, and informing my social conscience.

Goose Bumps

My family emigrated from Kenya, Africa to Alberta in the 1970s.

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