April 27, 2013: ex mus 2 – an experimental music concert series | CentralTrak

ex mus: 2 with Austin-based percussionist and composer Nick Hennies.

The experimental music concert series 'ex mus' is back with another concert at CentralTrak, presenting Austin-based percussionist and composer Nick Hennies. The concert begins at 8:00pm on Saturday, April 27th and is free to the public.

Hennies will perform a program of experimental compositions written for snare drum. Included on the program are works by Peter Ablinger, John Cage, Alvin Lucier & Nick Hennies.

Nick Hennies is a percussionist and composer from Louisville, KY currently residing in Austin, TX. His work is primarily concerned with redefining and re-purposing the role of traditional percussion instruments through repetition, meditation, and immersion. He received his M.A. in percussion from the University of California-San Diego in 2003 where he studied with renowned percussionist Steven Schick and currently performs with The Weird Weeds, Waco Girls, and the Austin New Music Co-op. In addition to solo work Hennies has collaborated with Arnold Dreyblatt, Radu Malfatti, Jandek, Charles Curtis, Ellen Fullman, Michael Pisaro, and many other composers and improvisers from the United States and abroad. His work as both performer and composer can be heard on Quiet Design, Sentient Recognition Archive, Full Spectrum, Thor's Rubber Hammer, and more. Notable appearances include the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Blanton Museum, Festival Agora (Paris), and the LA Philharmonic's Green Umbrella Series.

ex mus is a quarterly concert series seeking to cultivate and establish the field of experimental music in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. Please visit exmus.org for more details.


All events are free and open to the public. For more information about upcoming concerts, visit the CentralTrak website, www.centraltrak.com

Nick Hennies.

Nick Hennies.


Nick Hennies – ex mus


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