JWQ Showcase 2017

Monday, June 26, 2017

USA: Henry Threadgill In Austin

Henry Threadgill In Austin

Presented by Epistrophy Arts and Liminal Sound series

We are pleased to announce the new dates for the Henry Threadgill workshop and concert in Austin, Texas.

**NEW DATES**

FRIDAY AUGUST 11th
MASTER CLASS with Henry Threadgill

University of Texas Music Bldg
2406 Robert Dedman Dr
Austin TX 78712
The Henry Threadgill Master Class will be a Q&A session.
It is an open form session that can go where ever the questions lead.

SATURDAY AUGUST 12th
CONCERT: Henry Threadgill’s Zooid

Scottish Rite Theater
207 West 18th Street
Austin Texas 78701

For over forty years, Henry Threadgill has been celebrated as one of the most forward-thinking composers and multi-instrumentalists in American music. The New York Times has called him “perhaps the most important jazz composer of his generation.” Born in 1944 in Chicago, Threadgill was an early member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM).
In for a Penny, In for a Pound by Henry Threadgill was named the winner of the Pulitzer
Prize for “distinguished musical composition by an American.” In awarding the prize, the Pulitzer committee call the release “a highly original work in which notated music and improvisation mesh in a sonic tapestry that seems the very expression of modern American life.”
We could not be more ecstatic for Henry and are honored to have been able to help document his work these last 15 years.

Zooid members for this special Austin appearance include:

Jose Davila -tuba
https://pirecordings.com/artist/Jose_Davila
Liberty Ellman-guitar
http://www.libertyellman.com/bio/
Christopher Hoffman-cello
http://christopherhoffman.com
Elliot Humberto Kavee -drums
https://pirecordings.com/artist/Elliot+Humberto_Kavee
TICKETS:
 https://threadgillatx.ticketleap.com/henry-threadgill/dates

Concert or Workshop ticket — $50
Discount for musicians and students — $35

For more information please visit:
http://liminalsoundseries.com/henrythreadgill/
This project is supported by individual contributions, and the City of Austin Cultural Arts program