Nina Harries, talented Double Bassist and Vocalist, releases her debut album at Hoxton Hall on September 13th for her first live headline show. She will be joined on stage by her brother and album co-producer Joel Harries, her father Tim Harries, notable bassist for the likes of Brian Eno and Steeleye Span, and the celebrated percussionist and innovator behind H2Drop, Nuno Brito.
The long awaited first album shows Nina’s progression from a soloist to a band leader, using a combination of songs written exclusively for the Double Bass, and new lyrics to create a sound that is unique to her.
Nina Harries’ album is funded by PRS Women Make Music Fund and Fanny Hatstand.
Nina Harries is a British double bassist and vocalist hailing from Northampton and trained in classical music at the Royal College of Music under professor Enno Senft of the London Sinfonietta. As a member of such ensembles as The Burning Glass, John Fairhurst Trio, Barbarella’s Bang Bang, Symphonica Feat DJ Switch and the London Electronic Orchestra, Nina established herself as a staple member of the UK alternative music scene. Since 2017, she has been a member of the celebrated dance group The Akram Khan Company and has toured the world for 2 years as a principal musician with Akram’s solo production XENOS.
Doors open: 8.00pm
Show Start: 8.30pm
Age Policy: 11+, under 16s with a responsible adult
Please note: this show will have unreserved seats. Wheelchair tickets are available through Hoxton Hall Box Office.
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