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Henry Panion, III is an American composer, arranger, conductor, educator, and Professor in the Department of Music at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Panion has produced, arranged and conducted for a number of other noted artists, such as The Winans, Chet Atkins, Ellis Marsalis, Jr. with the SuperJazz Big Band, Eugenia Zukerman, Aretha Franklin, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Chaka Khan, the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, and American Idol winners Carrie Underwood and Ruben Studdard.
Panion will receive the Civic and Cultural Advancement Award from the Congressional Black Caucus Sept. 25[year missing] at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.source[dead link]
- Stevie Wonder. "Natural Wonder" (2005) Arranged and conducted by Henry Panion.
- Ruben Studdard. "The Return" Produced, arranged, orchestrated and conducted by Henry Panion.
- Ellis Marsalis and the SuperJazz Big Band. "UAB SuperJazz, Featuring Ellis Marsalis" (2001) Co-produced by Henry Panion and UAB Jazz Ensemble Director Ray Reach, recorded at the Alys Stephens Center.
- Jonathan Butler and Juanita Bynum with the Gospel Goes Classical Orchestra. "Gospel Goes Classical" (2006). Produced by Henry Panion. Arrangements by Henry Panion, Michael Loveless and Ray Reach. #2 Gospel Album in the US. #3 in the Billboard Classical Crossover category.
- Annetta Nunn (Birmingham Police Chief) "Gospel In Blues" (2007). Produced by Henry Panion. Horn arrangements by Ray Reach.
- Henry Panion official website