Hannis Brown

Q2 Music

Hannis Brown appears in the following:

Encore: 24-Hour Stream of Emerging Women Composers

Monday, August 25, 2014

Her Music, Q2 Music's 24-hour celebration of emerging female composers, features 134 composers, and it's streaming now until 11:59 pm.


Her Music: Today's Emerging Female Composer

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Even as women have achieved growing parity in the ranks of professional musicians, their numbers are noticeably small in one key area: the composers whose works are performed.

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Mark Stewart On Q2 Music's 'Spaces'

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Conch shells, a 19th-century relative of the tuba, and wooden nose flutes are just a few of the odd instruments you'll find in the apartment of Paul Simon's music director.


Vijay Iyer On Q2 Music's 'Spaces'

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Take a tour of the MacArthur genius's home in Harlem, including a look at his Steinway, favorite books and percussion instruments from India.


Angélica Negrón On Q2 Music's 'Spaces'

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The Puerto Rican-born composer draws from ambient music, found sound and visual art, as well as the classical-music tradition. Watch Negrón show off her vintage keyboards and music boxes in the latest edition of Q2 Music's video series Spaces.


Music Boxes, Toys and Found Sounds with Angélica Negrón

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Combining found sounds and toy instruments with electronics and orchestral instruments, Angélica Negrón's compositions a sound both futuristic and nostalgic. Take a video tour of her apartment in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.


Morton Subotnick And Joan La Barbara On Q2 Music's 'Spaces'

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The pioneering electronic composer responsible for Silver Apples of the Moon turned 80 years old this week. Q2 Music visited with Subotnick and his wife, vocalist Joan La Barbara, in the couple's Greenwich Village apartment for this installment of their web series Spaces.


Dan Deacon On Q2 Music's 'Spaces'

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Spaces is Q2 Music's new series of documentaries that capture creative composers in their practice studios. The first installment focuses on the always eccentric Dan Deacon, who turned a former Baltimore concert venue into his personal studio.