Krystal Henninger ’15 to Release Instrumental EP ‘Gift of the Night Flurries’
December 13, 2021
Stage Management alumna Krystle Henninger '15 collaborated with Indorican Multicultural Dance Project for the upcoming release of her instrumental EP, Gift of the Night Flurries.
To celebrate, the Indorican Multicultural Dance Project will be holding an event at Ripley Grier Studios on the night of the release, December 11. The dancers are choreographed by Teresa Cuevasm.
Krystle Henninger has been songwriting since 2004. She received her BA in Songwriting from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee in 2013 where she studied with Grammy Award winning songwriters James Elliott, Drew Ramsey, and Tom Douglas. Krystle writes a variety of songs ranging from musical theatre, choir, rock, pop, alternative, and folk. Krystle wrote a full-length original musical for her senior project at Belmont, Hold please...I'm harvesting pineapple, and is currently working on her second full-length musical with 18 new songs. Krystle released her debut EP Swallowed Up In Blue in February 2013. The EP can be found on bandcamp.