Jordan Wyshniowsky And Rob Joanisse Perform At Naisa North

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Jordan Wyshniowsky and Rob Joanisse will bring their wealth of talent and experience to NAISA as they perform together using both their own instruments and the found objects in the NAISA Sound Bash. Melody meets rhythm in meditative and imaginative ways as cello and percussion interact to create music that has an ebb and flow punctuated by moments of ecstatic response.—Jordan Wyshniowsky

Jordan Wyshniowsky is principal cellist with the North Bay Symphony and is a strings instructor with the Symphony String School. He has studied with former Sudbury Symphony and North Bay Symphony conductor, Metro Kozak, and with National Arts Centre Orchestra cellists Amanda Forsyth and Margaret Munro Tobolowska. He is active in performing and recording music in the North Bay area. Recent projects have included performing with the Almaguin Strings and Hidden Roots Collective. He has recently released a recording of instrumentals called 'Jordan Music', featuring cello, guitar, and keyboards.

Drummer Rob Joanisse studied jazz drumming at Humber College with Don Vickery and Paul DeLong in Toronto, and in 1992 moved to Montreal where he played professionally with Royal Jelly, Pots and Pans, Richard Seguin, and Bran Van 3000. In 1998 Bran Van 3000 won a Juno Award for Best Alternative Album. The band performed at the Much Music Awards and later appeared on the Conan O'Brian show in New York City, after which the New York Times hailed Rob as a 'fine drummer'. Rob has also played on several albums and currently lives and performs in the North Bay area.
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By: New Adventures in Sound Art