Hannis Brown is the associate producer for Q2 Music, WQXR’s online web stream for contemporary classical (or “new”) music.
As well as programming music for the station’s unhosted hours, he works with Q2’s hosts to craft shows and develop web content. He also works on the Q2 podcasts Meet the Composer and LPR Live, and does guest composing and sound design for podcasts around WNYC.
Hannis earned his M.A. in Composition from New York University and composes regularly for films, chamber ensembles and his own strange rock ensemble. His music has premiered at the Academy of Arts and Sciences, Pop Montreal, Brooklyn Academy of Music, at WNYC’s Greene Space and at lots of weird art spaces.
Hannis Brown appears in the following:
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Hear Manoush’s extended interview with author, academic and lead father Andy Moravcsik about why (and how) more men can take on greater responsibilities at home.
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
In the final chapter of our series on women and work, a conversation with one power couple about why the work/life balance debate is really about men and their role as caretakers.
Monday, July 25, 2016
On 'Hedera', Lesley Flanigan layers extremely simple elements — worldless oohs and ahs, a stuttering tape recorder — to construct a profoundly sculptural and emotive space.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Running low on funds, Rachael and Leslie join a startup accelerator to compete for a cash prize. After months of preparation, their final pitch includes a surprise strategy.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Back from Palo Alto, Rachael and Leslie test their app on 20 Brooklyn moms. But while Leslie is ready to trade in her blazer for a hoodie, Rachael considers 'leaning out.'
Wednesday, July 06, 2016
Meet Rachael and Leslie, two working moms with a tech idea to solve the work/life balance problem and help more women 'lean in.'
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Could tech be the answer to our work/life balance problems and help more working mothers 'lean in'?
Wednesday, June 08, 2016
It's time to fight information overload, focus, and GTFO of the office for the summer.
Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Despite being one of relatively few chamber-music pieces in his catalog, John Adams’s String Quartet is one of the composer’s most compelling works.
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Brooklyn-based composer Ted Hearne and pianist Timo Andres highlight their longstanding relationship with old and new music alike, and the challenges of "messing" with it.
Monday, April 18, 2016
Join Q2 Music on Sunday, April 24 for our second annual Symphomania, a 24-hour marathon stream of music that offers a vision of orchestral repertoire composed in or after the year 2000.
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
David Lang breaks down two of his "Memory Pieces" – recollections of friends distilled into brief musical moments – and we join pianist Andrew Zolinsky for this episode of LPR Live.
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Hear the world premiere performance of Canadian-born composer Vivian Fung's Harp Concerto, the fruit of a close collaboration with New York City-based harpist Bridget Kibbey.
Monday, March 14, 2016
The celebrated and prolific composer and conductor Peter Maxwell Davies has died at the age of 81.
Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Terry Riley remains eternally youthful, continuing to work at an invigorated pace. Samuel Adams, the composer-in-residence with the Chicago Symphony, wrote “Shade Studies” in his honor.
Friday, February 26, 2016
On "Drumkit Quartets," Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche created a travel diary which doubles as a set of drum etudes, inspired and sonically colored by European and American cities.
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Christopher Cerrone’s music strikes that elusive balance between intense emotion and meticulous craft, and combines ornamental dissonance with luminous triadic harmony.
Monday, February 15, 2016
Leading American composer Steven Stucky, winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Music, died Feb. 14 at the age of 66.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
We visited Sō Percussion's Brooklyn studio to film the quartet perform Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche's 'Drumkit Quartets.'
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
John Cage and Domenico Scarlatti make for an odd juxtaposition. But where some might hear contrast in the sonatas of this unlikely couple, pianist David Greilsammer hears complement.