Tonight’s concert at Koerner Hall with NEXUS, Steve Reich, Ryan Scott, Greg Oh, Simon Docking, David Occhipinti, James Brown and Roberto Occhipinti, was SO amazing! There was excitement, complexity, simplicity, anticipation, all sorts of unexpected delights:
Press Release: The Canadian percussion group NEXUS announces the departure of founding member Robin Engelman.
NEXUS in rehearsal at Walter Hall for their Nov. 23rd concert at the University of Toronto.
NEXUS Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Garry Kvistad Opens the Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s Season October 3, 2009 NEXUS, the Toronto-based percussion quintet, has been credited with extending the modern percussion ensemble’s world of possibilities. Among the group’s most successful offerings have been numerous performances with symphony orchestras all over the world, captivating… Read more »
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Click here to read an interview with Garry Kvistad about the upcoming NEXUS events at Bowling Green State University.
This article was published on September 29, 2009, in advance of the NEXUS performance with the Windsor Symphony. Read it here.
Click here for an article in The Windsor Star about upcoming events in Windsor, Ontario.
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Here is a photo taken near the end of sound check prior to the concert at the Glenn Gould Studio on April 5, 2009.
NEXUS will be starting work on a new recording featuring the music of John Cage in late January of 2009. Keep an eye on our website for more information about this exciting new recording!
2008 March 30 – Solo concert at the Music Gallery, 197 John Street, Toronto. Featuring music by John Cage, including the Toronto premier of Dance Music for Elfrid Ide (1940), and NEXUS’ arrangements of songs by Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu, as featured on their newest CD, Wings. Also performing with NEXUS will be virtuoso pianists… Read more »
NEXUS Bob Becker, Bill Cahn, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger, Garry Kvistad Original Soundtrack Music Featured on New Award-Winning Documentary Film “Inside Time” Produced by the National Film Board of Canada Since its first all improvised concert in 1971 NEXUS, the Toronto-based percussion quintet, has performed its music in solo recitals and with symphony orchestras… Read more »