Yes, I know you can click over to the PDF posted on our site – but sometimes you don’t have time for that “extra click” and I wanted to make sure you saw this wonderful review! Sandra Ruttan of the Barrie Examiner reviewed the NEXUS performance with the University of Toronto Winds, conducted by Gillian… Read more »
Click HERE to read about NEXUS’ performance with conductor Gillian MacKay and the University of Toronto Winds on March 5, 2011.
Click HERE to read an article by Andrew Timar about the current state of percussion in the concert hall. Andrew specifically looks at the NEXUS March 12, 2011 concert at the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto.
On March 5th at 7:30 p.m., NEXUS is appearing in the Barrie Concerts series an hour north of Toronto with the very fine University of Toronto Wind Ensemble conducted by Gillian MacKay.
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 »
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
MUSIC: CONCERT REVIEW Reducing an entire orchestra to two pianos (and it works!) ROBERT EVERETT-GREEN From Wednesday’s Globe and Mail
Click HERE for a Press Release about the November 1st concert with the 2X10 Piano Duo.
Click HERE to read about NEXUS’ start to its 40th Anniversary season in Japan.
NEXUS leaves for Japan this weekend, where they will be performing their signature work by Toru Takemitsu, From me flows what you call Time,
If you are a percussionist, you might do a double-take when you see the Kobe Port Tower in Kobe, Japan. It is designed to look like a tsuzumi, a traditional Japanese hand drum! And NEXUS will be seeing it soon. After a remarkable 3 months with sell-outs in Toronto, Minnesota and New York State, NEXUS… Read more »
Click on the link below to see a Press Release about the NEXUS concert on July 31, 2010, at 2010 Woodstock Beat concert in Woodstock, NY. Reich Wodstock Beat 2010