Cory Henry Residency Concert

Music Department Artist-in-Residence will perform his recent work in a residency concert at the Music Center Concert Hall.

“I’m in a place where I want to be with all the people I love. And I just want to play music.”

Cory Henry, speaking with NPR

To cap off his week as the Music Department’s Artist-in-Residence, Grammy Award-winning keyboardist and producer Cory Henry will perform his recent work in a one-night-only residency concert at the Music Center Concert Hall. The concert will also feature performances from several of the Music Department’s top student ensembles. Tickets are $5 for students; $10 for faculty, staff, and family of performers; and $20 for General Admission.

A multi-instrumentalist, Henry began playing the piano and Hammond B-3 organ at two years old; at six, he performed at the Apollo Theater. He has topped several Billboard charts and has been featured on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and in opbmusic and NPR’s Pickathon Woods Series, among many other outlets.

Cory Henry Residency Concert
Friday, March 9
7 p.m.
Music Center Concert Hall
1014 S. Michigan Ave.