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First Friday at GreenHill: Featuring Brian Haran - FREE Performance

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Friday, April 5, 2024, from 6:00pm - 9:00pm


GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art (Get Directions)



Event Details:
  • Join us for an unforgettable First Friday at GreenHill for a live musical experience with local musician, Brian Haran!
  • Open studios in ArtQuest at GreenHill, and a cash bar.
  • Free and open to the public.
  • All ages and abilities are welcome.
  • First Friday is a ReGroup @ GreenHill program and was supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.
Artist Bio:

Brian Haran grew up on the South Shore of Long Island in the neighborhoods on the Queens and Nassau county border that were responsible for artists like Lou Reed, Public Enemy, Stray Cats, and A Tribe Called Quest. Playing in bands and working in recording studios and guitar repair shops in Manhattan filled his late teens and early 20s until he was offered a potential job building guitars in Greensboro North Carolina. He figured he’d learn the process and return home to New York in a few years but that was twenty years ago. He’s still here playing music, recording people, fixing instruments, and teaching the sonic arts all through the creative space he and his wife and collaborator, Renee, run in downtown Greensboro called Hypogeum GSO which provides a full-service recording and composition studio space for experimental artists from all over alongside education programming and lodging for artist residencies. Over the years Brian has shared the studio and the stage with a wide variety of artists ranging from minimalist avant-garde composer La Monte Young to the British R&B singer-songwriter Corrinne Bailey Rae to Americana heroes like Wilco, the Avett Brothers, and Gary Louris earning Grammy and Emmy nominations for albums he recorded and films he scored along the way.



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