10-can percussion is a North Carolina based ensemble committed to the performance of new and classic works for percussion. 10-can is comprised of founding members Corey Denham, Emory Hensley and Justin Mabry. Formed in the fall of 2013 10-can is a natural continuation of music making that began while the group studied at Mars Hill University. 10-can has presented diverse concerts and master classes through out the southeastern United States. With a repertoire that ranges from John Luther Adams to Daft Punk, 10-can explores all the possibilities of percussion instruments.
Notable performances include performing at the North Carolina Percussive Arts Society Day of Percussion, The PAS Rhythm! Discovery Center, the Black Mountain College Museum, (RE)Happening (an annual event honoring the pioneering artistic spirit of Black Mountain College), and a collaboration with percussionist Aaron Michael Butler performing the stand-alone premiere of Michael Burtner’s work “Anugi Unipkaaq“ for percussion quartet from Burtners multi-media theatre work “Winter Raven”.