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Listen to an Interview with Bill, Russell and Maestro Peter Bay – May 2013

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On the eve of a performance of Takemitsu’s “From me flows what you call Time” with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Peter Bay and NEXUS members William Cahn and Russell Hartenberger were interviewed by WXXI’s Julia Figueras to talk about the piece.  Click HERE to listen to the complete interview.

NEXUS at MusicFest Canada – May 2013

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Here are some images from the NEXUS days at Music Festival Canada, May 16 and 17, 2013, held at the University of Toronto.  Master classes and two sold out performances with the famed Eastman Wind Ensemble took place during the Festival.      

“Delightful, intense and deftly planned”: The Rochester reviews

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What a fabulous response to Toru Takemitsu’s “From me flows what you call Time…” performed by NEXUS with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Peter Bay. The reviews are in, and…my oh my! Jeff Spevak, music critic for The Democrat & Chronicle, says “the night belonged to the sparkling collaboration between the RPO… Read more »

October 11th will be an amazing evening

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Rehearsing Mallet Quartet Oct 9

NEXUS is deep into rehearsals for their performance of Steve Reich’s Mallet Quartet at  CELEBRATE WITH SOUNDSTREAMS! 30th Anniversary Season Spectacular concert on Thursday Oct 11 at Koerner Hall here in Toronto.

Facebook, a Free workshop, and a party concert!

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Whew! What a busy week! NEXUS is on Facebook! Please visit our Page. And while you are there, click “Like” to stay connected to NEXUS for updates. We are going to have fun with photos, news, soundbytes, links to videos – check it out!

Drum Boogie this weekend, Woodstock NY

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If you are in upstate New York around Woodstock and area this weekend, check out Garry Kvistad’s Drum Boogie Festival, a part of the Byrdcliffe Festival of the Arts. Drum Boogie is scheduled for Saturday at 4 PM (a concert of world class percussionists playing world class music) and Sunday at Noon (a very cool… Read more »

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