NEXUS is heading into Little Rock, Arkansas on Monday for a busy residency at Episcopal Collegiate School. If you missed it, you can click here to read all about the full programme.
March 7, 2014. Workshop, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, ON. Host, John Rudolph. April 15, 2014. Guest soloist/composer with RU Percussion Ensemble, Radford University, Roanoke, VA. Host, Rob Sanderl. April 18 – 19 , 2014. Workshops and concert performance with Lamar University Percussion Ensemble, Beaumont, TX. Host, Travis Fife. April 21, 2014. Guest soloist, Oak… Read more »
January 16, 2013. Percussion clinic and masterclass, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH. Host, Tom Freer. January 19, 2013. Clinician and Featured Performer for Ohio Day of Percussion, Wright State University, Fairborn, OH. Host, Jerry Noble. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. January 25, 2013. Xylophone clinic and orchestral masterclass, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, ON. Host,… Read more »
February 27, 2012. Xylophone workshop and masterclass, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. Host, Jim Babor. March 20 – 21, 2012. Clinician and guest performer with TU Percussion Ensemble, Troy University, Troy, AL. Host, T. Adam Blackstock. March 28 – April 2, 2012. Residency with workshops and concert featuring compositions by Becker, G. H…. Read more »
l to r: Bob Becker, Nick Attansio, Russell Hartenberger, Garry Kvistad, Bill Cahn Drum Boogie Festival 2011
NEXUS marks its 40th Anniversary season with another ground-breaking performance featuring special guest Toronto Symphony Orchestra timpanist David Kent in music by Cahn, Carter, Ichiyanagi, Philidor and Vivier.
Click HERE to read about the amazing week NEXUS had with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra.
The reviews are in from Syracuse and they are excellent: Here are highlights from the Syracuse Post-Standard today (Linda Loomis and James Welsch): NEXUS didn’t vex us, it spun us into breathlessness.
NEXUS will From me flows what you call Time, Reich’s crowd-pleasing Music for Pieces of Wood, and Sibelius’ Symphony No 2 in D major, Op 43. The Takemitsu piece was written specifically for NEXUS at Carnegie Hall. Reviewers have called it a ‘strangely beautiful, lushly erotic work”, played on “a dazzling array of instruments” including… Read more »
NEXUS will appear with the http://www.syracusesymphony.org/store/february-2011/product/nexus-2/ in the Crouse Hinds Concert Theater, Syracuse NY on February 25 and 26 at 8:00 pm. Conducted by Kazuyoshi Akiyama, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazuyoshi_Akiyama it will be a wonderful evening of Takemitsu’s From me flows what you call Time, Reich’s Music for Pieces of Wood, and Sibelius’ Symphony No 2 in D… Read more »
April 4 – 5, 2011. West African Drumming clinic and soloist with OBU Percussion Ensemble, Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, AR. Host, Dr. Ryan Lewis. Click here for more information. April 7, 2011. Guest soloist/composer with Eastman Percussion Ensemble, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY. Host, Michael Burritt. April 19 – 23, 2011. Workshop and soloist… Read more »
I am planning to present the second Drum Boogie Festival on September 17th (rain date 18th), 2011 in Kingston New York. NEXUS will be featured along with other world class percussionists and groups. I will update the event announcement as the information comes in, so check the festival website for up to date news: www.drumboogiefestival.com Media Contact:… Read more »
NEXUS will be performing on Saturday, November 20th at 8 p.m. in Stone Ridge, New York, about 90 minutes north of New York City. With this fantastic autumn weather we have been having, you could enjoy an afternoon hike in the nearby Catskills Park, perhaps at wonderfully-named Peekamoose or Buttermilk Falls
Click HERE for a Press Release about the November 1st concert with the 2X10 Piano Duo.
Join us at Walter Hall in Toronto for the opening of the University of Toronto’s Faculty Artists Series featuring NEXUS and the piano duo 2 x 10 (Midori Koga and Lydia Wong). Also performing will be the University’s Women’s Chamber Choir and special guest, percussionist John Rudolph.