NEXUS members have been performing in Woodstock New York for the past 20 years to benefit the original arts group founded in 1903 called the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony. This annual concert, sponsored by the Woodstock Chimes Fund is called the Woodstock Beat. Last summer it brought NEXUS, So Percussion and Steve Reich and Musicians to the… Read more »
Garry Kvistad: Blog
What do Ling Lun, Antonio Stradivari, Robert Moog, Harry Partch and Pat Metheny have in common? They have all built musical instruments that have had a profound influence on the music which followed. Pat Metheny’s music and his playing style is unique, complex and masterful. Yet, it is accessible, fun and beautiful. He has gone… Read more »
Here is the story from September 2009’s issue of the American Federation of Musicians publication which has an article about me on page 26.
Each year, the Acoustical Society of America presents its prestigious Gold Medal to one of its members, and I am pleased to announce that this year’s recipient is my good friend and former Physics Professor, Dr. Thomas Rossing.
Here’s a short description of the two presentations I gave at Stanford on February 4 and 5. Garry
Hi, this is Garry and welcome to my blog. I’d be happy to communicate to you about any of the Nexus activities. In our workshops I offer a session dedicated to the acoustics of percussion I call Sound Advice. I am interested in instrument building and tuning. In fact, you might want to check out… Read more »