That’s the motto of LaGrange College in west-central Georgia, and NEXUS will be doing just that in a few weeks when they perform there, in the Callaway Concert Series.
NEXUS will be in residence at the Episcopal Collegiate School in Little Rock Arkansas, March 13 and 14. Our host, percussionist Erick Saoud, has NEXUS happily filling every moment with student interactions.
In three weeks, NEXUS is heading to L. A., and the “logistics” emails are flying: instruments, flights, program notes, and a zillion other things are being put into place. The group is performing on March 2nd at California Lutheran University in the city of Thousand Oaks (just northwest of Los Angeles),
Click HERE to read about the recognition by the Toronto Arts Awards of NEXUS’ 40th Anniversary season.
Click HERE to read about the NEXUS concert with the 2X10 Piano Duo at the University of Toronto.
Here are some pictures of the rehearsals which are underway in preparation for the upcoming concert on Monday night, October 17th. The concert is at 7:30 in Walter Hall at the Faculty of Music of the University of Toronto. Photos courtesy of Lorraine Dillard.
l to r: Bob Becker, Nick Attansio, Russell Hartenberger, Garry Kvistad, Bill Cahn Drum Boogie Festival 2011
For a long while, NEXUS has owned two five octave marimbas and a vibraphone from Adams Musical Instruments . Adams, based in the Netherlands, manufactures timpani, marimbas, bass drums, chimes, mallets, temple blocks and many other percussion instruments.
The DRUM BOOGIE FESTIVAL is just around the corner! It’s on SATURDAY, September 17th, 9:30am – 8pm at CORNELL PARK, in Kingston, New York. (rain date: Sunday Sep 18th).
Click HERE to read about the back-to-back concerts at the Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival on July 31, 2011.
Click HERE to read about the July 2nd Concert featuring NEXUS and the Canadian Brass in Woodstock, NY.
Click HERE for more details of the July 2, 2011 concert featuring NEXUS and the Canadian Brass in Woodstock, NY.
NEXUS is off to the beautiful Shenandoah River Valley in Virginia to perform and work with the students of Shenandoah University’s Conservatory in Winchester.
Click HERE to read the review of NEXUS’ performance of “From me flows what you call Time” with the Austin Symphony Orchestra.
Craig and Joel have been busy today loading the truck. NEXUS is heading to the symphony in Austin, Texas and coming home via Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Virginia.