Experimental Music Workshop Plays Epstein, Hennies, and Wolff

  • 701 Center for Contemporary Art 701 Whaley Street Columbia, SC, 29201 United States

701 Center for Contemporary Art Presents

The University of South Carolina Experimental Music Workshop
Plays
Epstein, Hennies and Wolf

Wednesday, November 16, 2016
8:00 pm
Admission: free

701 CCA
701 Whaley St., second floor
Columbia, SC 29201

Just back from a September concert tour along the East Coast, the University of South Carolina Experimental Music Workshop student ensemble, directed by U.S.C. music school faculty member Greg Stuart, will perform three compositions at 701 Center for Contemporary Art in Columbia, S.C., on Wednesday, November 16, 8:00 p.m. Admission is free. 701 CCA was the venue for the ensemble’s final concert of the September tour – a concert that drew an enthusiastic audience of some 150.
The Experimental Music Workshop will perform Text Series #7: White Noise by Nomi Epstein; Everything Else by Sarah Hennies; and Burdocks by Christian Wolff.