Nexus Percussion Group Earns Ovation – Kalamazoo Michigan

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Friday, November 7, 2003 By Matt Steel Special to the Gazette In the Western world, percussion instruments have lagged behind other instruments of the orchestra and concert stage in achieving true artistic equality. This is not the case in much of the rest of the world. In India, a classically trained percussionist would not think… Read more »

Montreal Symphony – Lanaudiere Festival Review

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ILSE ZADROZNY The Montreal Gazette Sunday, June 29, 2003 Hard to imagine a more auspicious upbeat to the Lanaudiere Festival season than its opening concert yesterday. Many thanks to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, its principal conductor, Jacques Lacombe, and to the five members of the Toronto percussion group Nexus for an outstanding evening. The program… Read more »

Canadian percussion ensemble wows UMKC audience

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Posted on Mon, Oct. 28, 2002 By MICKEY COALWELL Special to The Star Nexus came with their bells and whistles. And xylophones, marimbas, vibraphones, glockenspiels, gongs, claves, panpipes, cymbals, and rattles. And drums. Oh, yes, lots and lots of drums. The celebrated Canadian percussion ensemble wowed the sizable White Hall audience Saturday night in the… Read more »